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Stunning!

Beautiful countryside with breathtaking views...walking boots advised, but not essential. Very... read more

Reviewed 31 July 2018
Katie P
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Croydon, United Kingdom
A very pleasant walk into town

We walked from the centre of Coleraine, along the River Bann to the Premier Inn where we were... read more

Reviewed 15 October 2017
sandylindsay
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Larne, United Kingdom
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31 Jul 2018
“Stunning!”
15 Oct 2017
“A very pleasant walk into town”
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Reviewed 31 July 2018

Beautiful countryside with breathtaking views...walking boots advised, but not essential. Very good guidence given and information. Usually great facilities and everyone is very helpful and friendly. If you're visiting the Giant's Causeway, go later in the day...evening preferably! We visited at 8.30 and it was...More

Thank Katie P
Reviewed 15 October 2017

We walked from the centre of Coleraine, along the River Bann to the Premier Inn where we were staying. On a sunny afternoon this was a very pleasant stroll along a well surfaced path beside the river. Although the traffic noise was audible, the trees...More

Thank sandylindsay
Reviewed 22 September 2017

It is possible to walk from Coleraine Old Town Bridge, along the bank of the River Bann for a couple of miles on the West Bank. It is a very pleasant walk on wide stretches of the river, and with a mixture of cultivated grass...More

2  Thank Denis F
Reviewed 27 February 2017

I had never heard of Mountsandel. It's a beautiful woodland walk right on the banks of the Bann and tucked away within it is a Mesolithic fort - the earliest known site of human activity in Ireland. Interpretive boards are dotted along the way to...More

4  Thank vlcsdad
Reviewed 13 January 2017

Literally the best place in the world. beautiful views and its a simple country side/ beach. recommend highly.

3  Thank mleighton105
Reviewed 8 January 2017

There are so many beautiful walks in and around Coleraine and surrounding district, whither it be a beach, forest, river walk, hill walk, you are sure to find one suitable for your individual abilities. Such awesome scenery to behold on your walks, so enjoy the...More

3  Thank PatK1430
Reviewed 15 October 2016

Coleraine walks and sightseeing is definitely worth a visit! With loads of different ones you'll find something different in each one of them. I did a couple of them around the area while away with work and it felt amazing from the Giants Causeway to...More

4  Thank Luidgardo F
Reviewed 21 July 2016

Amazing place lots to see wish we had more time to spend in that area will be coming back that's for sure

1  Thank Waley57
Reviewed 18 July 2016

When the weather is good Coleraine has so much to offer in the way of walks. There is Mountsandal Fort which is a lovely walk through a forested area. Not a long walk but can be hilly for people with disability. Along the riverside over...More

8  Thank Mise17
Reviewed 15 July 2016

walks are many and varied from Coleraine to the Giants causeway and beyond , you can just keep going, with loads of good eateries and places to rest b and b s and hotels, the Antrim coast beats it all

2  Thank EmilyI218
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