Things to see and do - Coleraine
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Unmissable tourist sites
Coleraine Travel guide
Coleraine : Michelin's recommendations
At the head of the Bann estuary, Coleraine has had a university since 1968 and is a very busy market town. Its many shops invite strollers to go on a window-shopping spree. A riverside bird sanctuary and marina also await visitors to the town. Coleraine's prosperity began in 1613, when the land was granted by James I to the Corporation of the City of London.
Tourist attractions Coleraine : Things to see and do
Dunluce Road GB - Portrush BT57 8QG
Few views are as romantic as that of the jagged ruins of Dunluce Castle standing on a lonely rocky outcrop 30m above the sea. Separated from the mainland by a vertiginous narrow passage, it was abandoned after the catastrophic collapse of its kitchen..
A2 GB - Downhill BT51
This elegant adaptation of the Temple of Vesta in Tivoli, built from local basalt and covered in Ballycastle sandstone, is perched on the cliff edge. This classic rotunda was built in 1785 in the memory of Mrs Mussenden, the bishop's cousin. The bish..
10 Sandhill Drive GB - Portrush
Standing in the same building as the Tourist Office, this has a number of attractions as once found on the piers, including the Turbotours and Earthquest.
Ballyreagh Road GB - Portrush BT56 8LT
Just metres from the rugged cliffs of Portrush, Inn on the Coast has magnificent views towards Ramore Head. This pet-friendly hotel also offers free parking and free Wi-Fi in all public areas. The spacious rooms each have a private bathroom, tea and..
Aghadowey GB - Aghadowey BT51 4AD
This family-run inn is a good base for exploring the North Coast of Ireland. It has its own 9-hole golf course, a well-equipped modern gym, a traditional bar and American motel-style rooms. The Brown Trout Golf and Country Inn has been owned and man..
2 Bayhead Road GB - Portballintrae BT57 8RZ
Prix Prices from : 99 £
Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, this hotel is situated in the heart of the picturesque harbour-village of Portballintrae, one mile (1.6 km) from Bushmills. Opened in 2001, the hotel with private car park is close to the Giant's Causeway and Old Bush..