Join Dublin man born and bred Joe Bishop on a fabulous journey through the natural environs of County Dublin. Enjoy taking the air and sea views at Howth Head as you make your way by the Bailey lighthouse or climb the Dalkey and Killiney hills with unparalleled views along the Dublin coastline towards Bray Head in County Wicklow.

Visit the Wellington monument, by-passing a herd of red deer on your trek towards the papal cross or walk the Great South Bull Wall out into Dublin Bay itself! It’s all here waiting for you, so jump right in!

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Introduction by Joe Bishop

Standing on the Martello Tower, overlooking Dublin Bay and made famous by the opening lines of James Joyce’s Ulysses, Joe Bishop is happy to be your local historian and story-teller, bringing this selection of nature walks around county Dublin alive with tall tales, yarns and historical facts.

The Great South Bull Wall

When completed in the mid-18th century, the Great South Bull Wall was the longest sea brick wall in the whole world. Now it’s your turn to stretch out and follow the footsteps of many Dubliners before you in taking the sights and sounds as you venture into out Dublin Bay. Watch the boats and birds go gently pass by as you head towards your goal – the Poolbeg lighthouse!

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Additional information

Weight 100 g
Dimensions 7.5 x 5 x 0.5 in

Worldwide playback


Approximately 180 minutes (3hrs)


Full Color, Widescreen 16:9