Holidays to Tallaght
Little more than a village until the 1960s, Tallaght has now been absorbed into Greater Dublin and lies just to the south west of the capital. It’s one of Ireland’s earliest settlements, and there is evidence of Bronze Age life here. There are excellent links to Dublin City – jump on the tram and you can be in the centre in 45 minutes. You can also get to the beaches along Dublin Bay with ease for a bracing dip in the Irish Sea!
This beach is near Blackrock, which is about 50 minutes away. It has good views and attracts a lot of wildlife.
Just south of Blackrock and a perfect spot for an exhilarating dip in the Irish Sea. Lovely views of Dublin Bay.
Tallaght Civic Theatre
For authentic Irish art, drama, music and dance, check out the Civic Theatre’s itinerary during your stay.
Irish Museum of Modern Art
Jump on the tram and head to IMMA, home to the national collection of modern and contemporary art.
Hiking, biking, running, orienteering – the Dublin Mountains have something for everyone. And they’re just 9km away.
Play 18 holes at the Hazel Grove Golf Club, a short distance out of town in the foothills of the Dublin Mountains.
A traditional potato cake made with grated and mashed spuds – somewhere between a rosti and a pancake.
Creamy mashed potatoes combined with generous amounts of butter, spring onions, salt and pepper. Delicious!
The Old Mill
Set in a huge old mill with multiple rooms and levels, this place does great food and there’s often live music.
Run by one of the biggest casino operators in Ireland, there are poker and gaming tables and dozens of slot machines.
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