Malahide is a charming fishing area on the north coast of Dublin where you can take an English Course enjoying contact with the sea


Malahide has excellent public transport links (bus and train) and is just a 10-minute drive from Dublin Airport and 20 minutes from Dublin City Centre by the DART (the City Commuter Train).

The village won the prestigious Irish Tidy Towns Award several times, and its slogan is ‘Malahide Has it’.

Malahide has plenty of friendly pubs, cafés and shops. Malahide Marina is one of the largest harbours in Dublin and gives spectacular views of yachts moored along the coast.

The Marina counts more than 350 berths and boats from all over the world. Malahide Beach is a big sandy beach which runs along the coast to the next town of Portmarnock. Malahide Castle & Park is a famous tourist attraction.

The castle is in an extensive green parkland with birds and wildlife.

The park has a golf course, tennis courts, football fields and a children’s playground. It is an excellent place to relax and spend time with friends.

Sports, Leisure & Entertainment Malahide town has numerous restaurants, pubs and other entertainment facilities.

There are golf courses, tennis courts, rugby fields, boats for sailing, and football and cricket pitches for sports enthusiasts.

Most popular tourist attractions and things to do and see in Malahide

  • Coast Walk from Malahide to Portmarnock.
  • Malahide Abbey.
  • Malahide Castle and Gardens.
  • Malahide Golf Club.
  • Malahide Marina Village.
  • Talbot Botanic Garden.

Most important events and festivals in Killarney

  • Malahide “Has It” Festival.

Most popular sights in Malahide

  • Malahide Castle & Gardens.
  • Malahide Coast.
  • Malahide Marina.

Why Malahide is the best city to live and study English

  • Located on a beautiful part of Dublin’s Coastline.
  • One of the most beautiful towns in Ireland.
  • Malahide Marina is one of the largest in Dublin and provides picture-postcard views of the horizon.
  • The lovely golden sandy beach runs along the coast towards the next town of Portmarnock.
  • Malahide Castle is a famous attraction.
  • Malahide has numerous restaurants, pubs and other entertainment facilities.
  • Well linked to City Centre by train or bus routes.


Population (hab)16,550
Altitude (m.a.s.l.)3

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ICE Irish College of English

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