Aqua is located in the picturesque North side fishing village of Howth Dublin, just 30 minutes drive from the city centre. The village has a maritime tradition that stretches back to the earliest days of Irish history and the sea is still very much part of life here today. A tranquil atmosphere prevails and the hustle and bustle of city life seems strangely remote.
Howth is the second largest fishing centre in Ireland and the largest on the East coast. An abundance of fresh seafood is always therefore available.
Howth Dublin is well known for it’s boating tradition, for it has the oldest one design racing fleet in the world – the ‘Howth 17’, designed by Sir Walter Boyd in 1898. The fleet still thrives today and can be seen lying peacefully at their moorings from the East facing bar, at the Water Club, or if you’re lucky you may catch them racing (Tuesday evenings) and view them from your table in the restaurant.
Howth in North East Co. Dublin attracts many people, from near and far, to its waterfront in order to sample the delights of this small suburb of Dublin. The town offers visitors a wide range of pubs, accommodation and of course restaurants, with Aqua Restaurant being the cream of the crop!
Enjoy this video taken over the water at Howth, we also write regular blogs on various attractions in Howth to include the Hurdy Gurdy Museum, National Transport Museum, boat trips to Irelands Eye, the Howth Express a novelty train ride around Howth and more….
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