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While retaining its ‘village’ atmosphere in the centre of the town, Malahide has established a reputation as one of Dublin’s most desirable places to live and visit.

Malahide Marina,

There is something for everyone in Malahide. From its early beginnings as an agricultural, maritime and industrial centre, Malahide has developed into a modern, progressive town. This charming village boasts a collection of award winning bars, restaurants, cafes, boutiques, gift shops and is a captivating blend of traditional and modern. Traditional shop fronts and several side streets give the village an intimate and welcoming feel. There are a broad range of pubs and restaurants to take you well into the night and a wide range of leisure and sports activities to get you up in the morning.
Often described as a picturesque maritime village, Malahide attracts both Dubliners and tourists to enjoy the local ambience. Malahide has been designated a Heritage Town.

Malahide Village & Marina

 The sea has played a major role in the development of tourism in the town. The extensive velvet strand stretches to the horizon and is extremely popular with bathers and water sports enthusiasts. Malahide also boasts a marina with some three hundred berths and the only natural inlet along the East Coast. As a result Malahide is a popular destination for visiting yachts from both Ireland and overseas.

 Malahide has also acquired a reputation as the gourmet capital of the East Coast, with an array of restaurants noted for the quality and variety of their food representing many nationalities. Pubs with traditional music and accommodation ranging from a grade A hotel with extensive conference facilities to an abundance of moderately priced B&B’s are among the other visitor attractions. Whether you are looking for the best in traditional Irish fare, using fresh local produce, contemporary fusion menus or lively bistro cooking, you will find a wonderful range of eateries in Malahide.
Among the factors contributing to this status are the natural beauty and amenities such as the beaches and castle grounds, the extensive range of shopping facilities, and excellent social life.
Visit the Castle Exhibition and find out how influential the Talbot family has been on the development of Malahide.

Visit the Castle Exhibition and find out how influential the Talbot family has been on the development of Malahide.

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