Bray is a town in northern County Wicklow, Ireland. The River Dargle enters the sea here, from a source near Kippure, in the Wicklow Mountains. Bray Head is the situated at the southern end of the promenade and a well-worn track leads to the summit. The rocks of Bray Head are a mixture of greywackes and quartzite.
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There is a lovely promenade along the seafront, with Bray Head, a stiff climb, at the southern end. Along the cliff face there is a 4-mile path, which takes you to the next town on the coast, Greystones. This is much nicer than Bray, and the walk along the cliff path is well worth the effort for the spectacular views of the coast, the cliffs and the railway far below.