Clontarf Photo Gallery
Here are the many places
you can visit during your stay in Clontarf! If you feel you are lost just ask one of the locals.
The Village of Clontarf
The Seafront Promenade in Clontarf
The Crescent in Clontarf, home of Bram Stoker. Image from postcard c.1912
TheRoyal Dublin Club House
A walk on the Bull Wall
The Clubhouse at St. Anne’s Golf Club on the Bull Island
The Interpretative Centre on The Bull Island
The Bull Island Bridge
The Half-Tide wall – Part of the entrance to Dublin Port
Our Lady of the Port of Dublin
To learn more of how this Statue came into being visit
Brent Geese in Flight over the Bull Island
The Clubhouse at Clontarf Golf Club
Clontarf Castle – Dating from Medieval Times – Now a Hotel and Restaurant.
The Cemetery at Castle Avenue in Clontarf
Waves Breaking against the Sea Wall by the Promenad
Sunshine on the Main Avenue in St. Anne’s Park
Roses In St. Anne’s Park
The Rose Garden in St. Anne’s Park
The Pond in St. Anne’s Park
This Pond is in the process of being removed and the area surounding it is being relandscaped.
The Bull Wall
The area where the pond in St. Anne’s Park was – as it looks today.
The Fountain at the Pond in St. Anne’s Park in full flow before it was removed.