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Bray Bowl

Contains sixteen world class bowling lanes with fully computerised scoring systems. Other activities available are quaser laser, snooker, pool, American pool, video arcade and the Perfect Theatre, with two state of the art studios.

Bray Adventures

Outdoor Adventure experts specialising in kayaking, surfing, SUP, raft building, coasteering, snorkelling, hill walking and rock climbing.

Bray Head

Bray head is to the southern tip of Valentia island. On leaving the carpark continue to follow roadway along gently uphill climb over the next 2km to reach the ruins of a Signal Tower perched atop some spectacular cliffs.

Bray to Greystones Walk

This walk takes walkers from Bray Railway Station to Greystones, firstly along Bray's Victorian promenade and then along the cliff walk.

Sea Life Aquarium Bray

Sea Life Bray Aquarium is one of Ireland’s largest marine and freshwater zoos and the only aquarium on the East Coast of Ireland.

Bray Golf Club

Bray Golf Club is a magnificent parkland course comprising USGA specification greens, set in nearly 200 acres, combining stunning scenery with a classic layout. The course was designed by Des Smyth (Ryder Cup Vice Captain) and Declan Brannigan.

Bray Head Loop

This spectacular walk through a mix of mountain and coastal landscape follows an old access road on Bray Head to reach a section of wonderful cliff walk before descending along a mountain ridge.The views are panoramic.

Avoca Handweavers Bray

The Avoca Handweavers Garden in Kilmacanogue, County Wicklow covers 11 acres. They contain some really remarkable trees, including a Weeping Monterey Cypres. The store offers clothes, food and a wonderful garden to enjoy a drink in.

Bray Coast Slí na Sláinte

The Bray Coast Slí follows the Old Dublin Road, Castle Street and Quinsboro Road until it joins the coast.

Bray Town Slí na Sláinte

The Bray Town Slí na Sláinte 7.90 Kms walk forms a circuit, which follows Quinsboro Road, Herbert Road, Kilbride Lane, Boghall Road, Vevay Road and Putland Road.

Bray South Promenade Beach Blue Flag Awards 2019

Bray South Promenade is located approx. 19km south of Dublin and is reached by DART, Train, Bus or the N11 road. Bray beach has sand and shingle and a lovely long promenade to enjoy.

Ocean Bar and Grill

The Ocean Bar and Grill Restaurant in Bray Co.Wicklow is centrally located on Bray Seafront, overlooking the sea. Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner and breakfast at weekends. Convienent to Bray Dart station.

Quinns Bar and Bistro

Quinns Bar and Bistro, located at The Royal Hotel, is an great place to stop in for a casual meal, Sunday lunch or pint of beer while in Bray, County Wicklow.

Everest Cycles

Everest Cycles is located in Bray which lies at the border between Dublin (South) and the beautiful Garden of Ireland, County Wicklow. There is plenty of scenery in the surrounding area which is perfect to explore by bicycle.

Ballinastoe Golf Club

Ballinastoe Golf Club is set in a beautiful scenic area in north east Wicklow. It is just 20 minutes from Bray and offers a challenging and relaxing game surrounded by the Djouce and Sugarloaf mountains.

Wicklow Tours MT Cabs

Wicklow Tours cater for the smaller groups of tourists.

Killiney Beach

Killiney Beach is a stony beach located in Killiney, County Dublin and is a sheltered and suitable for bathing and swimming.

Pace Language Institute Limited

Courses offered General English, ESP, One to One. Examinations Cambridge, IELTS, TOEFL, TOEICCourse duration Two weeks - no limit. Pace Language Institute is open year round for adults.

The Outdoor Adventure Store

The Outdoor Adventure Store is an outdoor and camping store located in Dublin City Centre, Cork City Centre and Bray, County Wicklow.

Joe Moroney Coaches

Joe Moroney Coaches has been providing private coach hire services in Ireland since 1966 and has built a reputation for providing a quality and reliable coach hire service. Investment in the fleet continues each year to ensure customer comfort.

Killiney Hill

Killiney Hill and Dalkey Hill form part of Killiney Hill Park, a small public park overlooking both Dalkey and Killiney villages. The views of Dublin in all directions are spectacular from this vantage point.

Old Conna Golf Club

This parkland course is set in wooded terrain with panoramic views of the Irish Sea and Wicklow Mountains. The 18 holes require careful play to avoid strategically placed hazards on approach to well-defined greens.

Wicklow Wolf Brewing Co.

Wicklow Wolf was established in late 2014 after the meeting of two like-minded friends with a common interest in good beer.

Fatbike Adventures

Fatbike Adventures offer rentals, guided tours, sales and servicing of all things bike related in Dublin and Ireland’s Ancient East. The company own and operate a fleet of electric and non-electric adult and kids’ fatbikes.


Holland's, located right in the middle of the Main Street, Bray, Co Wicklow, is the ideal venue to enjoy a mix of traditional atmosphere with friendly, Homely service and right up to the minute products.

Killruddery House Gardens

Killruddery House and Gardens near Bray in County Wicklow has been home to the Brabazon family (the Earls of Meath) since 1618. The gardens are among the oldest in Ireland, providing the perfect destination for relaxing and leisurely walks.

Killruddery House

Killruddery House is a large historic house near Bray in County Wicklow. Dating from 1618, it's now a working estate with a walled garden project, open gardens, tours, a tearoom and a full events program.

Festina Lente Equestrian Centre

Festina Lente Equestrian Centre in Bray, Co Wicklow offers equine centred activities to people of all ages, learning abilities and interests. Whether you are a complete beginner or an experienced rider the Equestrian Centre has something for everyone

ATC Language & Travel

ATC Language & Travel has over 40 years experience offering students a comprehensive range of courses in a fun and interactive environment.

Greystones Blue Flag Beach 2019

Greystones is a beautiful sandy beach located in the centre of the town and right beside the D.A.R.T train service. The South Beach in Greystones is about half a mile long. This follows on from the shingly North Beach at the harbour.