This affluent coastal suburb of Sandymount resides within the province of Leinster and in the county of Dublin. Located only 4 km south east of Dublin's city centre, this area is close to many favorite points of interest. Whether it's the sea or the city, this terrific suburb is close to whatever may take your fancy.

Sandymound Strand is a large stretch of beach that's a major component of the south side of Dublin Bay. It's a popular place for locals to take a leisurely stroll. Halfway down the strand is the Martello Tower. This historic site was a part of a system of defenses built to ward off an invasion by Napoleon. The Strand is most famous for it's mention in Irish fiction as James Joyce based two chapters of his epic novel Ulysses here.

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One of the primary attractions in Sandymount is the famous Sandymount Strand, a long, sandy beach with striking views of Dublin Bay and the distant Poolbeg chimneys. The strand is a popular spot for leisurely strolls, jogging, and picnics, particularly during the warmer months. At low tide, the beach reveals a vast expanse of sand, making it perfect for kite flying or simply enjoying the fresh sea air.

A short distance from the strand is Sandymount Green, a picturesque village green surrounded by shops, caf├ęs, and pubs. This pleasant open space hosts a variety of events throughout the year, such as outdoor concerts and markets. The green is the perfect spot to relax with a coffee or a bite to eat from one of the many local eateries.

For those interested in literature, Sandymount holds a special place in James Joyce's masterpiece, "Ulysses." The opening chapters of the novel are set in the nearby Martello Tower, now home to the James Joyce Tower and Museum. Fans of Joyce can follow in the footsteps of the book's protagonist, Leopold Bloom, as they explore the streets of Sandymount.

History enthusiasts will appreciate a visit to the nearby Ballsbridge, where the impressive 19th-century wrought iron Beggars Bush Barracks can be found. These barracks, now converted into residential and commercial spaces, offer a fascinating glimpse into Dublin's military past.


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