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From its rich heritage and splendid scenery to excellent transport links, a bustling town centre and thriving industry, Bray has a wide range of festivals and activities to keep visitors entertained throughout the year.
From taking a dip in the waters of Bray’s Blue Flag beach to enjoying Coasteering along Bray’s absolutely amazing coastline, checking out the spectacular views from Bray Head to walking the Cliff Walk.
Bray.ie launched its autumn tourism campaign for 2019 on Wednesday, August 28th, 2019. The aim of the initiative is to achieve increased visitor numbers in order to help boost the local economy.
Eugene Finnegan from Bray Tourism said, “Bray is the perfect staycation location, whether it’s a midterm family holiday or simply a weekend break. We’re home to some of the best experiences in the country. In a nutshell, Bray won’t disappoint you.”
It’s the best time to enjoy the autumn leaves in the People’s Park. You can shop for your winter wardrobe. Watch some amazing performances at the Mermaid Arts Centre or simply catch a live gig at the many pubs throughout the town.
There’s plenty to explore in Bray so what are you waiting for… enjoy a cosy break this autumn.
Take a look at the autumn event highlights here.
Following an overwhelming 2018, The Harbour Bar Toastie Festival 2019 returns for its third year this November 1-3 for another weekend of cheesy goodness.
A celebration of a Harbour Bar classic, our humble ham and cheese toastie, a firm favourite to go with that post Cliff Walk well-earned pint or perfect pot of tea.
Throughout the Harbour Bar Toastie Festival, there will be the classic ham and cheese offering alongside some more adventurous fillings to try and match with whatever your tipple. Non-gluten and vegan toasties will also be available. Visitors can snag a seat by one of the Harbour Bar’s roaring fires or cosy up out front for outside service.
All welcome, dogs & children too!
Read more here.