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The other main attraction is '''the coastal walk to Portmarnock''' that clings to the coast.  A walk from Malahide to Portmarnock can take about 40 minutes.  You may also want to take a walk along Portmarnock's Velvet Strand.  The coast route is exposed and so you should be prepared for windy conditions, there is no shelter along the way if the weather changes.
 
The other main attraction is '''the coastal walk to Portmarnock''' that clings to the coast.  A walk from Malahide to Portmarnock can take about 40 minutes.  You may also want to take a walk along Portmarnock's Velvet Strand.  The coast route is exposed and so you should be prepared for windy conditions, there is no shelter along the way if the weather changes.
  
There are four buses in total that pass between Portmarnock and Malahide if you want to save the walk back; the 32A, 102, 230 all follow the coastal route.  Note that the 102 and 230 do not run on Sundays.  The fourth bus is the 42 which follows a different route to Malahide but runs more frequently.
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There are four busses in total that pass between Portmarnock and Malahide if you want to save the walk back; the 32A, 102, 230 all follow the coastal route.  Note that the 102 and 230 do not run on Sundays.  The fourth bus is the 42 which follows a different route to Malahide but runs more frequently.
  
 
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