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Beach Luxury in Dublin with stunning sea views.

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Luxurious, newly renovated two bedroom beachfront apartment with stunning sea and island views. A two-minute walk to the heart of the village with award-winning cafes, bars, and restaurants. A well appointed modern kitchen and bathroom complete this little bit of luxury on Ireland's ancient east coast. 40 minutes to Dublin City, 20 minutes to Dublin Airport.

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Luxurious beachfront two bed apartment modern kitchen and bathroom, ideal for a romantic getaway but can sleep up to six when sofa bed is used.

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This is absolute beachfront
Luxurious, newly renovated two bedroom beachfront apartment with stunning sea and island views. A two-minute walk to the heart of the village with award-winning cafes, bars, and restaurants. A well appointed modern kitchen and bathroom complete this little bit of luxury on Ireland's ancient east coast. 40 minutes to Dublin City, 20 minutes to Dublin Airport.

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king bed 1, Benniena 1 
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Skerries, County Dublin, l-Irlanda

Once a thriving fishing port, Skerries remains today deeply connected to the sea.

https://www.irelandbeforeyoudie.com/top-10-most-beautiful-seaside-towns-in-ireland/

Restaurants throughout the town offer catch-of-the-day specials and mouth watering seafood dishes that will delight any palette. Skerries also has an excellent selection of pubs and bars, many of which host live musical performances during the town's many festivals. There are twelve traditional pubs in Skerries one of which is over four hundred years old. This beachfront apartment overlooks Shenick Island which is the largest of the 3 uninhabited islands off the Skerries coast and features the ruins of a Martello Tower. The island is easily accessible on foot at very low Spring tides. Shenick Island is a Natural Heritage Area and in the spring/summer months, the island hosts hundreds of nesting gulls & cormorants. When St. Patrick was expelled from Wicklow by the pagan natives he sailed northwards and landed on a small island off Skerries, which is now known as St. Patrick’s Island in his honour. When the saint arrived on this island he had with him a goat, which was his companion and source of milk.

From this island St. Patrick came to the mainland to convert the local people. While St. Patrick was ashore on one of these visits some people from Skerries went out to the island and stole his goat. They killed the goat, cooked it and feasted on it. When St. Patrick went to the island he found his goat missing.

This made him very angry and in two giant strides he reached the mainland. The first step took him to the back of Colt Island and the second to Red Island, where he confronted the people of Skerries.
When they tried to deny interfering with his goat they found they could only bleat. When they were prepared to tell the saint the truth their voices returned.
Where St. Patrick stepped onto Red island his footprint is to be seen in the rock to this day. Since then the nickname Skerries Goats is given to the people of the town to remind them of this deed.

St. Patrick’s footprint can be seen on the rocks near the Springboards, the tidal bathing place on Red Island.

There is supposed to be another impression of the saint’s foot on the rocks at the rear of Colt Island, where he took his first giant stride on his way to the mainland.
Once a thriving fishing port, Skerries remains today deeply connected to the sea.

https://www.irelandbeforeyoudie.com/top-10-most-beautiful-seaside-towns-in-ireland/

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