Directions To Malahide
The following is the complete information on directions to Malahide. If you're looking to know how to get to Malahide by Car or Public Transport, by Plane or by Boat, then look no further.
Malahide By Car:
GPS Coordinates: 53.4508, -6.1544
From Dublin Airport: proceed straight onto the M1/N1. Take the Malahide exit onto the N32 for 4km. At the Malahide Road roundabout, turn left onto the Malahide Road, R107, and drive 5km to Malahide.
From the City Centre: From O'Connell Bridge heading north, turn right onto the Quays turning left at Liberty Hall, joining to Amien Street. At Fairview stay left and turn on to the Malahide Road, R107, after passing below the pedestrian bridge. Follow this road for 10km to Malahide.
From all other main roads N4, N60, N6, N7, N72, N8: Join the M50 motorway and head northbound. Near the Airport, take the Malahide exit onto the N32 for 4km. At the Malahide Road roundabout, turn left onto the Malahide Road, R107, and drive 5km to Malahide.
Malahide By Public Transport:
Railcar and DART to and from Malahide: Journey Approx 30 minutes
Dublin Bus No. 42 to and from Malahide: Journey Approx 45 minutes
Dublin Bus No.102, Dublin Airport to Sutton Station, via Malahide:
Malahide By Taxi:
The local taxi service for Malahide, Malahide Cabs, is located in the Diamond, in the centre of the village. You can pre-arrange airport pick ups and collections, as well as walk-in's.
Malahide Cabs: Taxis & Private Hire, 1c The Diamond, Malahide, Co. Dublin. Phone: 01-8455555.
Taxis from Dublin Airport: Exit the main exterior door of the Arrivals Hall in Dublin Airport and turn right and walk 100 meters to the Taxi Rank. Current fares from Dublin Airport to the centre of Malahide should be approx. €20 (Nov '10).
Taxis from Dublin City: There are 72 Taxi Ranks located around Dublin City Centre and suburbs. These run 24 hours a day, though the frequency of cabs will depend on the time of day, how busy the area is, and how close it is to the city centre. You will find busy Taxi Ranks on Dublin's Northside on O'Connell Street, and on Dame Street on the Southside of the City.
Current fares from Dublin City to the centre of Malahide should be between €20 and €40 (Nov '10), depending on the time of day, and whether you are picked up from the Northside or Southside of the city. Malahide is located North of Dublin City, so a taxi from Dublin Citys Northside will be cheaper.
For more information on ranks in Dublin click here.
- Access Metro Cabs - 01 6683333
- A to B Cabs - 01 6772222
- Castle Cabs - 01 8319000
- Checkers Cabs - 01 8343434
- City Cabs - 01 8731122
- Castle Cabs - 01 8319000
- Pony Cabs - 01 6612233
- Speed Cabs - 01 4750800
Malahide by Plane:
Click on the link below for information on all the airlines that service Dublin airport, which is only 10km from Malahide:
Malahide By By Boat:
The entrance to the estuary is well marked. Boats should proceed to the Fairway Buoy (approximate position Lat. 53 27 101, Long. 06 06 811) and then proceed up the channel passing between the buoys leaving them to the appropriate side, up to the Marina entrance.
Three red and three green perch marks run from the safe water mark to just before the narrowing of the beaches. From there to the marina entrance, the channel is marked by three sets of buoys, bringing the total number of marks to six port and six starboard, marking the channel. Statutory sanction was received from Irish lights for these lights; each light has a different characteristic.
As a rule of thumb and for guidance only, the depth at the Fairway Buoy is approximately 2 meters deeper than the shallowest point in the channel. Visit our Malahide Marina section.