Bird Watching Howth Head

Just a short drive from Howth Harbour is Howth Head. This is a popular cliff walk along the headland with superb views out over Dublin Bay. There is a wide variety of Gulls in the area as well as Guillemots, Razorbills, Gannets, Fulmars, Kittiwakes and Cormorants.

The headland is a breeding area for Stonechats, Linnets, Meadow Pipits and a wide range of other small birds. Kestrels are occasionally seen. When you drive from Howth Head you come to a large carpark at the end of the road which is adjacent to the start of the Walk. It can be steep and rocky in places, so wear good walking shoes. Search Google Maps for Howth Cliff Walk Carpark. Sat-Nav co-ordinates are 53.385617, -6.051511

If you have time, visit Howth Harbour