Europcar’s Dublin City South location is located in the Cookstown Industrial Estate, in the town of Tallaght, about 2 km off the M50 and 12 km from Dublin City Centre. Sitting on one of the primary routes to Wexford, Waterford, Cork, and Limerick, making it convenient for visitors looking to sample the delights of Ireland’s capital city, but those who also wish to explore their way through the Emerald Isle’s other cultural and historical treasures.
Europcar Dublin City South puts Dublin right on your doorstep, allowing a simple trip to the city centre as well as access to the major roadways which link Dublin to the rest of Ireland. Our location can cater to leisure customers and business customers, availing of the flexible short, medium and long-term business fleet management service offered by Europcar and customers renting a van.
The south side of Dublin City Centre, just a short drive from Europcar’s Dublin South location. Tallaght, surrounding Europcar's Dublin south location, is home to The Square, which also contains St. Maelruain's Church that boasts a tower built around 800 AD.
The eastern coast of Ireland, just south of Dublin, is easy to get to from Europcar’s Dublin South location and includes attractions like: Dalkey Island, that boasts a Martello Tower, an ancient church and a fort; the National Maritime Museum; the James Joyce museum; The Pearse Museum; and several sandy, family friendly beaches, especially around Dun Laoghaire.
Nearby Clondalkin includes a fine example of a famous structure that can be found all over Ireland, the round tower. Built sometime in the 700s, is stands 26 metres tall and is still in possession of its original conical cap. And, over in Drimnagh, is the last castle in Ireland to be still protected by a moat. Drimnagh Castle, built by the Normans in the 13th century, it also includes many fascinating outbuildings, such as stables, coach houses and a fully restored and maintained, 17th century formal garden.
Further south of Dublin, however, are the mighty Wicklow Mountains and their beautiful national park. Containing over 50,000 acres of peaks, valleys, rivers and stunning scenery, the mountains are the source for the Dargle, the Slaney, the Avoca and the Liffey. The largest collection of continuous uplands in Ireland and home to many awe-inspiring sights, including the country’s tallest waterfall, Powerscourt. Chief among the many historic sites across the area is Glengough, a glacial valley filled with ancient religious buildings that came about from the original monastic settlement of Saint Kevin in the 6th century.