The Bull Wall is a kind of promenade bridge (or seawall) that delimits one side of Dublin Harbour. Quite imposing, it connects Dublin to Bull Island, a peninsula belonging to the Dublin region. It’s the perfect place in Dublin to enjoy the maritime landscapes of the Irish capital, enjoy the iodized air, while strolling around!
The Bull Way (also called “Wooden Bridge”) has several functions in Dublin: not only does it delimit an entrance to Dublin Harbour, but it also connects the capital to Bull Island, while combating the silting up of Dublin Bay.
It is a marvellous walking and cycling spot: on the programme, advanced views of the Irish Sea, presence of lighthouses, and dedicated bathing spots for the public (not always accessible depending on the tide conditions).
The breakwater is essentially made up of metal structures and wooden floors. Very pleasant to stroll and enjoy!
It will take you to Bull Island, where you can then try out the “Dublin-Royal Golf Club”, a golf course much appreciated by green enthusiasts! There are a few shops for shopping or a drink…