Welcome to Howth!

 

Welcome to the small seaside village of Howth, where the land meets the sea and creates the most amazing natural environments for adventure and the great outdoors. Oozing with history and culture, Howth is one of Dublin’s oldest working harbours with it ranking as one of Ireland’s busiest fishing ports to date.

Something we’re sure of – fresh seafood makes for fine food and entertainment. And with cool niche shopping, some of the most unique outdoor experiences and a broad range of health, fitness and beauty offerings, our little village is a must-see.

For the last 9000 years, Howth has become a hotspot for European itineraries with visitors recognizing the charm of our community and sights, and with a bustling atmosphere to match it’s understandable why so many find themselves coming back time and time again.

Thrill and inspire yourself with the activities available on our ‘Things to Do’ page. Or on the contrary if you’re looking to hideaway on our little peninsula for a relaxing weekend, check out ‘Where to Stay’.

Experience all that Howth has to offer. 

 

Things to See
Things to See
Entertainment
Entertainment
Food & Drink
Food & Drink
Things to Do
Things to Do
Accommodation
Accommodation

Howth is an Irish village on the Howth Peninsula, east of central Dublin. The grounds of 15th-century Howth Castle have rhododendron gardens and a transport museum with local trams. The 19th-century Martello Tower houses a vintage radio museum. The medieval ruins of St. Mary’s Abbey lie nearby. A clifftop trail has sweeping sea views. Offshore, Ireland’s Eye is an island bird sanctuary with an ancient ruined church.