Malahide looped walks – 3. Back Strand, Sea Rd and Yellow Walls

Back Strand, Sea Rd and Yellow Walls – Click to view route details:
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View of Malahide Village from the Back Strand

The third in our series of looped walks mapped by Stephen Macdonagh.

This 3km walk takes you from the village centre (Townyard Lane) along the inner Broadmeadow Estuary, up Sea Road to the junction with Yellow Walls Road. It turns left, along Yellow Walls Road towards the Dublin Road and Malahide Demesne. Follow the Dublin Road back into the village.

For a longer walk, combine this route with a walk in the Castle and some or all of the Seamount and Paddy’s Hill walk . Please remember to share our paths roads and parks with care.

This walk is wheelchair accessible.

Length: 3 km
Surface: Fully paved
Footwear: Walking shoes / runners (no need for hiking boots)

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