Bray is an Irish coastal town located 20 kilometres south of Dublin in the province of Leinster. It has a population of 32,600. Due to its proximity to Dublin, it became a resort town for day-trippers from the capital. The town is filled with hotels, guesthouses, shops and restaurants. It has a 1.6 km long sandy beach, fronted by an esplanade and Victorian promenade. At the end of the beach lies Bray Head, a 241-meter tall hill with stunning views. Although the town is very touristic, it was still named the “cleanest town in Ireland” in 2010.