City and coast

Here, waking up to sweeping views of the rippling Irish Sea and the impressive Wicklow Mountains becomes the norm. Welcome to the Sea Gardens way of life: elevated, 21st-century coastal living.

Surfing before breakfast? Why not. Walking in the mountains at the weekend? Absolutely. Taking time out in a place with a genuine quality of life? A given. Whether walking to the beach or hopping on the DART to the city centre, Sea Gardens is a place where you can have it all.

DART to the city.
Be connected to the city centre and the world.
Walk to the beach.
Live just a few minutes walk from the seaside.
The best of both worlds.
Whether you’re heading to the city centre for dinner or hiking the spectacular cliff path from Bray to the neighbouring town of Greystones, everything is within reach. Sea Gardens’ key coastal position means it is criss-crossed by transport links.
Everything from Bray to Dublin city centre.
Whether jumping on the DART to the city centre, taking the aircoach for a quick weekend getaway, or discovering some of the local villages and beaches, Bray’s location makes it easy.
DART to city centre via Bray (Daly).
Drive from Wicklow Mountains National Park, almost 23,000 hectares of captivating scenery and Ireland’s largest national park.
Drive to Dublin Airport.
walk to the Bray seafront, a beautiful promenade along the beach, lined with cafés, restaurants, and shops.
Dart train to the city
Car to the city
To the airport
Bray Promenade
Welcome to Bray

The salty air, windswept cliffs, and sweeping views of the Irish Sea almost transport you to a different time. As we finally allow ourselves to prioritise quality of life, Bray is a place where you’ll find it.

Gazing at the majestic views from Bray Head, taking a dip in the sea, or watching the golden light play on the water at sundown makes Bray a truly magical place. And with a packed cultural calendar of music, comedy, and family events — making enough time to pack it all in is the only headache you’ll have.

“I was particularly attracted to Bray, a long-established community of young families, professionals, and outdoor enthusiasts, with several local schools and sports clubs nearby. Sea Gardens will complement and enhance these elements for the benefit of the local community.”
Sean Mulryan
Chairman & CEO, Ballymore Group
Join a thriving community as connected to the city centre as the surrounding countryside.
Pride of Place.
A region teeming with activities

Spending time outdoors, eating locally and enjoying a tight-knit community are an integral part of the Sea Gardens experience.

    Cycle trails
    You’ll find plenty of inspiring places to get out on two wheels, including bike paths around the neighbourhood and along the seafront - or even the paved 11km route to Powerscourt Waterfall.
    Johnnie Fox's Pub
    Powerscourt Waterfall
    There’s an entire world out on the water at Bray to be explored. A leisurely boating trip up the River Dargle - or taking a kayak out to sea and paddling around the cliffs towards Greystones.
    Avoca Handweavers
    Killruddery House & Gardens
    Local Sports
    Given its surroundings, it’s perhaps no surprise that Bray has so many clubs and sports centres for people looking to get active. From cycling to rugby to sailing, they’re the perfect way to meet new people and be part of a team.
    The Great Sugar Loaf
    Trails & Walks
    In Bray, you’re close to some of the most impressive walks in the country, many of which start just south of town. The Bray Head Cliff Walk is a beautiful, beginner-level trail along the rugged coastline.
    Powerscourt Hotel
    Enniskerry Village
    Bray Sea Life Centre
    Woodbrook Golf Course
    Fairy Castle
    Sandy Cove Beach
Everything from Bray to Dublin city centre.
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