Coastal View (Blue Route)

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Like coastal views? Then you’ll love this scenic driving route! Bray, Wicklow, Arklow, Avoca, Aughrim, Roundwood, Bray. Distance: 126km (79 miles)approx.

Like coastal views? Then you’ll love this scenic driving route! Bray, Wicklow, Arklow, Avoca, Aughrim, Roundwood, Bray.

Kicking off in Bray, where a Victorian promenade connects with a stunning cliff walk, it proceeds through Wicklow, throwing up mile after mile of remarkably underrated eastern coastline. Within a short distance of Dublin, you’ll pass the 18th century Wicklow lighthouse on its headland perch.

You can explore (and even surf) hidden beaches like Mahermore. You can break out the picnic blanket on sandy, family-friendly strips like Brittas Bay. Of course, driving along the coastline isn’t your only route to stunning sea views.
Returning north through the Wicklow Mountains, you’ll ascend to some mouth-watering vistas over the Irish Sea. Climb the Great Sugar Loaf, and you might even see Snowdonia in Wales.

Places of Interest to visit on route:
Avondale House and Forest Park
Bray Promenade and Sealife Centre
Brittas Bay
Glenmacnass Waterfall
Glendalough
Great Sugar Loaf
Killruddery House and Gardens
Lough Tay
Meeting of the Waters
Mount Usher
Powerscourt Gardens and Waterfall
Wicklow Gaol

Distance: 126km (79 miles)approx.