Malahide

The town name Malahide may originate from “Mullach Íde” signifying “the slope of Íde” or “Íde’s sand-slope”. As per Database of Ireland the name Malahide is potentially gotten from the Irish “Baile Átha Thíd” signifying “the town of the portage of Thíd”. Malahide Bay was in days of yore called Inber Domnann, the “waterway mouth of the Fir Domnann”.

In Malahide town there are broad retail offices and administrations including design boutiques, hair and excellence salons, flower vendors, nourishment outlets, and a little strip mall with a general store. 

Close to the town itself is Malahide Castle and demesne, including gardens.

Malahide has a large significant marina. Visitors will find all the necessary services in its fully equipped boatyard and marina centre before attending to the task of relaxing and exploring the area. Restaurants, pubs, hotels, shops, supermarkets, banks, ATMs, a post office, leisure centre, parks and botanical gardens are all within walking distance of the marina, as are beaches, a golf course and tennis courts.


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