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Guide to Moving to Swords

Social/Amenities:

Swords Estuary is a popular spot for walking or cycling or feeding the local swans. Malahide Castle is within easy access

Transport:

The area is well serviced by public transport. The 41 leaves from Swords Manor through The Village and drop you at Lower Abbey Street. The 33 makes the same route through Swords Village and carries on to Skerries and Balbriggan. The 102 stops on Main Street, And services both Dublin Airport, Malahide and Sutton. The Swords Express Starts in Applewood and brings passengers directly into the city via The Port Tunnel, making town quickly accessible

The road network available is convenient. The M1 and M50 Motorways are easily reachable. Although there have been on going discussions relating to a rail network for Swords, there is currently no rail transport in Swords although Malahide DART Station is only a few minutes away

Retail:

Sword residents are spoiled for choice when it comes to shopping. The main retail attraction in Swords is The Pavilions which is home to over 80 shops restaurants and cafes as well as a movie theatre. Swords Village is also home to a number of shops, cafes, pubs and nightclubs

Restaurants:

There are a number of restaurants in Swords to choose from. The Old School House is located just off the Main Street and serves great quality pub food and an even better pint of Guinness. Masterson’s Steak House and Wine Bar is located at 17 Main Street and promises a little fancier

Demographic:

Swords has a population of 42,738 according to the 2011 census