Introducing my neighbourhood in South suburban Dublin, Ireland.
A View from Killiney Hill (about 15km south-east of Dublin city centre) towards south
Killiney Hill Park is very popular among casual hill walkers and families.
There is a lovely small cafe near the main gate.
Inside it's so small, the tables & chairs are on the outside only.
Killiney Hill to the South by telephoto zoom. (below)
DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transport) Killiney station & Killiney beach
Take the road along the railway to the north somewhere are the house of Bono and a castle owned by Enya.
From near the top of Killiney Hill to the north, Dublin city, Dublin bay, Dun Laoghaire port
North East side of Killiney Hill is a popular residential resort
since 18th century, said to have been warm as Italy
(below left) two of the south-facing Sorrento Terrace are owned by Neil Jordan (below right) Enya castle
Down the walkway from the road down Killiney Hill to Sorrento Terrace is called "White Rock" beach
suitable for swimming (below)
Killiney is only half an hour away from Dublin city centre by DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit).
Dalkey, one stop before Killiney is close too, and its village is charming. Taste the real Ireland!
Have a look at : Beautiful photographs from my client Hayashi san's Ireland Summer 2011
Shinobu Kishida : long-term resident in
the Emerald Isle on the Western edge of Europe.
Originally from Uwajima, Ehime prefecture of Japan,
I am the first Japanese-speaking tour guide in Ireland
with official approval from Failte Ireland, the Irish Tourist Board.
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or Mobile phone: +353 86 8581636