Portrane is a small seaside village in North County Dublin.
Brook Beach is a long, sandy beach that extends from the village of Portrane northward into Rogerstown Estuary. The area supports a diverse range of native species and is known for certain birds and plants in particular.
The beach is a popular amenity with residents and visitors, many of whom choose to stay in the caravan parks and beach houses located close to the beach during the summer months. Part of the beach is backed by a large grasssy patch, which is perfect for lying back and relaxing in the sun!
Toilet facilities are provided for at the beach with access for the disabled.
How to Get There:
The village is served by the No. 33B bus service from Dublin City Centre and the bus stop is only a 2-minute walk from the beach!
The Brook Beach