Baily Lighthouse is one of Dublin's most iconic landmarks. Situated along the rocky and picturesque Howth Head peninsula, it has been a beacon of safety and guidance for ships and vessels entering Dublin Bay since 1814. The lighthouse is visible from all throughout the bay and is a great spot for scenic walks and picnics. You can explore the base of the lighthouse that stands atop a rocky cliff, overlooking Dublin and the Irish Sea. Visitors can take in the beautiful views of the bay, explore the venerable cliffs, and discover hidden gems such as nearby history-filled ruins. If you’re lucky, you can spot a dolphin leaping in the sea. The Baily Lighthouse is a popular destination for sightseers and photographers alike, offering an opportunity to capture an incredible piece of history.
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