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Recommend Seaside Town / Fishing Village within easy reach of Dublin

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Hi Guys,

I'm just after some recommendations/suggestions for some smaller seaside towns and fishing villages within easy reach of Dublin.

We're looking at spending 3-4 days in Ireland in May but want to see a bit more than just the capital.

Food is the big focus, so I was hoping to find some cracking seafood and great little pubs to spend some time in. Somewhere to go walking for a few hours in the morning wouldn't hurt either.

I was hoping to avoid having to rent a car, so somewhere easily accessible by train/taxi combination from Dublin would be ideal.

I've had a few people mention Skerries and Howth to me ... are these the best options? Was worried Howth was a little too close to Dublin to offer much diversity.

I'm happy to travel a bit further if necessary.

Also ... how long to we need to explore Dublin ... would 2 nights be too much?

Thanks in Advance

Chris

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