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Bull Island

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Helen And Barry
Helen And Barry
November 30, 2018
In 1981 Bull Island achieved status as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve due to its rare and threatened habitats and species along with its use by important numbers of overwintering birds. Bull Island is located between Dublin and Howth. There is no drive on access to the beach. Check by telephone…
Stefania
Stefania
July 17, 2018
Bull Island is a low lying, dune covered sand spit in Dublin Bay off the coast of the city’s north side. As a National Nature reserve it is a paradise for birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts, and a good place for walking. Its habitats include beach, dunes, mud flats, grassland and marsh. The…
Dorcas
Dorcas
July 06, 2018
Bull island is a National Bird Sanctuary and nature reserve with 5 km long sandy beach with great views of the east coast and the iconic Poolbeg lighthouse & chimneys, a former power station constructed in 1965 and decommissioned in 2010, but still a famous Dublin landmark. You can access the…
Trevor
Trevor
November 20, 2017
Island located in Dublin Bay, about 5 km long and 800 m wide.
Rachael
Rachael
November 14, 2017
great view, nice beach
Konum
County Dublin