Templeogue is suburb is located south-west of Dublin in the province of Leinster. It's Irish name, Teach Mealóg means “New Church of Saint Mel.” It refers to a chapel that was named after Saint Mel in 1273.

The three main routes that roll through the suburb are Templeville Road, Templeogue Road and the Cypress Grove Road and Wainsfort Road. This suburb is only 6 kilometers away from the Dublin city centre. It's spectacularly close to Dublin's amenities and local attractions.

The Dublin Mountains are to the south of the suburb while the Dublin Bay and the Irish Sea are to the east. There are spectacular panoramic sites to behold in this small suburb. Prominent views from Montpelier Hill and the Three Rock Mountain. While the suburb started off originally as a small village in the rural southern part of Dublin, it's now a lively colorful neighborhood full of Irish spirit.

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One of the primary attractions of Templeogue is Tymon Park, the third-largest park in Dublin. Sprawling over 130 hectares, Tymon Park is a nature lover's paradise, featuring woodlands, meadows, and waterways. The park offers an array of walking and cycling trails, as well as a variety of sports facilities, including football pitches, tennis courts, and a well-equipped playground for younger visitors. Tymon Park is also home to an abundance of wildlife, making it a perfect spot for birdwatching and nature photography.

For history enthusiasts, Templeogue is home to a number of historically significant sites. St. Pius X Church, built in the mid-20th century, boasts impressive architecture and beautiful stained-glass windows. Additionally, Templeogue House, a Georgian-style mansion dating back to the 18th century, is a striking example of Ireland's architectural heritage.

The vibrant village centre of Templeogue is the heart of the neighbourhood's social scene, offering a range of cosy cafes, pubs, and restaurants. The local establishments cater to a variety of tastes, providing both traditional Irish fare and international cuisine. Templeogue's welcoming pubs are particularly popular for their lively atmosphere, with live music and entertainment throughout the week.

Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the close proximity of the Dublin Mountains, which offer a range of hiking and cycling routes suitable for all skill levels. The mountains provide stunning panoramic views of the city and the Irish Sea, making them a popular destination for both locals and visitors alike.

For those looking to indulge in a spot of retail therapy, the nearby Dundrum Town Centre offers an extensive array of shops, boutiques, and eateries to explore. Easily accessible by public transport, this shopping centre is one of the largest in Ireland, providing an enjoyable day out for all ages.


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