Bray is a beautiful coastal town with 32,600 inhabitants.
This seaside town is located 18km south of Dublin city centre with excellent transport links with the capital via Bus and DART high-speed train.
It is a perfect location for people looking to be able to avail of Dublin City’s amenities. Still, it enjoys the sense of community and safety of living in a town.
It is the ninth-largest urban area in Ireland.
It hosts various festivals and activities throughout the year.
Bray has a wide range of local amenities and sports and social clubs in the vicinity offering everything from
The appeal of Bray as a seaside resort is natural, with Bray Head offering hikes and walks for outdoor enthusiasts, a long open beach and a mile-long promenade surrounded by pubs, restaurants and ice-cream shops.
The coastal cliff walks to Greystones are a popular activity and provide additional opportunities to explore Ireland’s east coast.
Bray is one of Ireland’s largest historically seaside resort towns.
It has a long history of being a tourist destination and still gets many tourists and day-trippers visiting, but it is well placed to serve these and the locals with some great restaurants and cafes and has a bustling social scene.
The annual St Patricks and Summer festivals are well regarded and offer great entertainment with parades, air shows (most significant in Europe), fun fairs, concerts and much more.
It is known as the Gateway to the Garden of Ireland due to its beautiful scenery and famous coastal walks that offer breathtaking views.
Bray boasts a lovely safe beach of sand and shingle and has a spacious esplanade. It provides an entirely peaceful environment for students to study and live.
Some of Bray’s more famous current and previous residents include