The last stop on the DART’s Northern run from Connolly Station is at Howth.
Howth is a very prosperous town, as evidenced by the yachts and millionaires’ houses, and yet it has retained its earthy traditional atmosphere and is an area of both cultural and historical value. It is clear that during the time of Napoleon, the UK took the prospect of a French invasion of Ireland very seriously, as there is a Martello Tower can be found in Howth, as one can be found in Bray, Sandycove and Killiney.
Howth is a beautiful peninsula that juts out from the North County Dublin coast. The peninsula, which is surrounded by a gentle glistening sea and luxurious yachts, is a Dublin attraction in itself; and yet it is also dotted by lots of wonderful man-made attractions that will delight the tourist. These attractions include: