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10a. Howth to Sutton Cross scenic cliff walk - Part 1 Howth 'Village' & Howth Harbour
Scenes from DUBLIN CITY and surrounding County (re-edit 15/10/2022)
Howth is a tidy well kept village, more like a small town, with lots of car parking spaces
The Howth station pub called the 'Bloody Stream'
Now that's a good use for the old station buildings at Howth, a pub bar and restaurant! but no time for a 'stop' now, so we press onto the harbour except when there is a Howth Sunday Market! Seafood bar and cafe
Appropriately, by the Howth Angling Centre and fish market offer a huge variety of local produce from fresh fish to delicious organic vegetables
... and still some boat repairs carried out ...
.... and on your way to it you pass a four sided 'sculpture' with many maritime images near the quayside of Howth harbour!
Fishing boats and the lifeboat in Howth Harbour
Howth marina is popular with sailors and their yachts.
There are still some fishing boats working off the quays of Howth Harbour, which provide subjects for painters.
Howth harbour and Ireland's Eye island in the right-background viewed from the Martello Tower in the lovely fishing village of Howth and its marina.
Lambay Island viewed from Howth harbour breakwater in the late afternoon winter light.
Howth harbour marina, the many yachts in the foreground and the fishing boats beyond.
Howth harbour breakwater, Irelands Eye island beyond, and Lambay Island faintly in the far right distance.
An old fishing boat (now gone?) and yachts in Howth harbour.
Yacht reflections in Howth harbour and Island's Eye on the far right.
Howth harbour, fishing boats, yachts and Irelands Eye and Lambay Islands in the far distance.
More Fishing Boats in Howth Harbour
Fishing vessel, the trawler WD63 WD.63 LIA JAN berthed in Howth harbour
WD.39 BRIDGET CARMEL entering Howth harbour
WD39 WD.39 BRIDGET CARMEL is a beam trawler registered at Wexford.
WD.39 WD40 BRIDGET CARMEL fishes for ray, black sole, monkfish, plaice and cod.
DA.70 MIANDA is a stern trawler
You can see the net winding gear in the stern of DA.70 MIANDA
The trawler DA69 DA.69 LE DOLMEN undergoing repairs at Howth harbour.
Some of the cafes and restaurants on the quayside at Howth harbour
Il Panorama cafe on Harbour Road, Howth - Coffee shop. Italian coffee, excellent wine pizza brunch & spectacular views overlooking Howth harbour.
Wrights Findlater Howth (cafe, sky bar lounge, restaurant & model boats!), just across harbour road from the quayside at Howth
Marie Louise Tea Rooms are our current favourite Cafe in Howth, good snacks, puds (tarts!!) and nice old-fashioned china!
Grass Roots Health Food Store in Howth, including restaurant-cafe for teas, coffees, and healthy food!
Howth Market - shops and stalls
A Walk from Sutton Cross to Howth
As part of a larger circular walk, you can start at Sutton Cross and walk to Howth Harbour, mainly along the beach and then walk all the way round from Howth Harbour back to Sutton Cross
The sands at Sutton on Strand Road are one of many coastal stopping off places for many wild birds from waders to geese.
Things are not too crowded away from the city on the coast!
A golf course and Ireland's Eye in the background
You can walk from Sutton Dart Station to Howth and if the tide is out a reasonable distance you can walk back or get the train!
The Station Coffee shop cafe at Sutton Station and nice to see the original station buildings.
The DART station at Howth.
Crossing the railway near Howth station to find your way down to the beach.
Early morning sunlight while walking along the beach from Sutton to Howth
Howth harbour in the distance.
The island of Ireland's Eye is always is view with its Martello Tower on the left. It has been inhabited for many years who are partially self-sufficient to cut down on the travelling!
Getting closer to Howth harbour with a fishing boat and yacht just departing.
Very atmospheric as the light starts to fade.
A nice example of coastal erosion - mainly of glacial deposits.
and back over the level crossing back to Sutton Cross.
A great to finish a week near Dublin was to go out for a meal to the Brass Monkey restaurant and wine bar near Howth harbour.
The Dog House Blue's Tearoom in Howth offers an 'alternative' cafe atmosphere in Howth.
Leo Burdock's famous' Fish & chips shop in Howth, credited with receiving many starts to partake of its food.
The Summit Inn near the top of the hill above Howth offers refreshment, perhaps after doing the walk below! Views from near Howth Summit
A view from the Summit of Howth Hill of a STENA LINE ferry passing through Dublin Bay en route to the Port of Dublin
See also Howth to Sutton Cross scenic cliff walk - Part 2 Grey seals and a diversion to Howth Abbey ruins and start of the walk - Part 3 The path along the cliffs * Picture sequence - Howth harbour & cliff walk
See also 10d. Picture sequence - Howth harbour & cliff walk
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