A special selection of après sail entertainment will be selected for competitors each evening. There will be a limited amount of evening entertainment, to ensure safety for all and compliance with COVID-19 protocols
Howth Harbour & Village
Good food to a large extent depends on good ingredients. Howth offers great food in abundance, its rich fertile lands provides fresh produce while the many local shops, cafes, bars and restaurants offer daily landings of fish and seafood and all in a short walk from the marina and club.
From fines wines to shackles - the harbour area is a thriving and vibrant hub throughout the year for the thousands of daily visitors. Markets, chemist, chandlery, galleries, food stores, clothing and much more are all at hand to cater for your short stay over.
Howth's ancient past is awash with history and folklore. From the tales of the famous pirate queen Grace O'Malley and her legendary trip to Howth Castle to the tale of Aideen' Grave which is dated by archeologists to be circa 4000 years old, Howth's accessible visitor experience is an interactive delight for both the young and fit as well as those less energetic cultural enthusiasts.
Visitors can enjoy a host of high quality places to stay, including at the King Sitric Fish Restaurant and Accommodation, the Marine Hotel Sutton and the many B&Bs and AirBnBs on the Howth Peninsula.
For a full range of places to stay and visit while you are in Howth, click below: