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Irishtown Nature Park is a small recreational area in the eastern part of Dublin, south of Dublin Port, along the coast of Dublin Bay, on the southern side of Poolbeg Peninsula. It is best accessible from Irishtown, a district between Ringsend and Sandymount.
This is the path from Irishtown leading into the Nature Park and to Poolbeg Peninsula. Dublin Bay is on the right. Poolbeg Power Station is in the background.
Irishtown Nature Park sign. Above the top of the hill you can see small tips of Poolbeg Power Station chimneys.
View from Irishtown Nature Park to the coast of Irishtown and Sandymount.
Dublin Bay is very shallow here. On low tide it is quite common to see people (and dogs) walking on the uncovered seabed.
There are many rocks along the coast, although many of them are actually man-made blocks of concrete.
One of the trails with beautiful views of Dublin Bay.
Overlooking the waterless part of Dublin Bay from Irishtown Nature Park to the east. You can see the Great South Wall and Poolbeg Lighthouse in the background on the left.
There are mostly rocks, sand, and grass, but you will find a couple of (small) trees too.
The trail climbing slightly up from the coast.
A beach in Irishtown Nature Park.
You can find many different kinds of seashells on the beaches around Dublin Bay.
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