Dating in Dublin – Nice walks to go on

You’ve been dating in Dubin and now you’re looking for some nice walks to go on in and around the city while the weather is nice.

Sure doesn’t everyone want to go on “long walks on the beach”, or so the online dating site cliché goes.

Where to Go?

If you’re in Dublin and looking for some nice walks to go on for a date, then check out some of our suggestions below.

Dun Laoghaire Pier

Hop on the DART in Dubiln city and you’ll and within twenty minutes you’ll be breathing in the fresh sea air in Dun Laoghaire. Head north and you’ll reach the Martello Tower at Seapoint. The grassy area there that looks over the sea is the perfect spot for a picnic date. Or, why not try some of the great restaurants around Dun Laoghaire town?

Dublin Parks

Strolling around some of Dublin’s Parks is a great date idea. Some say that Dating in Dublin can be a bit boring but there’s so much history and culture within walking distance, that you’ll always find something of interest. One of our favourite Dublin walks is from Fitzwilliam Square, down to Merrion Square and then up to Stephen’s Green.

Check out this website for some guided walks around Dublin. Dating and learning – who would have thought it!

Howth Head

Howth Head lies 15km north of Dublin City. Howth itself is a busy village that offers many attractions to visitors including Lambay Island, Ireland’s Eye, Howth Castle, The National Transport Museum and the Martello Tower.

These looped walks around the head are a perfect way to spend a sunny afternoon and the local seafood restaurants are ideal for an evening date.


Okay, so it’s not strictly a Dublin Walk, in fact, it’s Wicklow, but Bray has got some really nice places to take someone on a date.

Stroll along Victorian Promenade before treating yourself to an ice cream or a coffee. Bray is now home to Ireland’s best pizza at this place according to the Irish Times and the town has some great coffee shops and bars down on the seafront.

When you get to the bottom of Bray head, take a left and talk the Cliff Walk the village of Greystones. If you’re a vegan or vegetarian, then head to The Happy Pear or if you prefer seafood, its neighbouring restaurant Caviston’s.

Where Else?
Have you any suggestions for other nice spots for suitable walking routes when Dating in Dublin? Email us at and let us know.

Looking for a Walking Partner?
If you’re looking for someone to enjoy those “long walks along the beach” or walks in the city then get in touch – just give us a call us on 01 4304017.

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