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Long Line sets up on Downhill Strand, where it rents surfboards (per two hours/day £15/25) and bodyboards (£10/15) including wetsuits...
The 4km coastal walkway from Moville to Greencastle takes in the stretch of coast where the emigrant steamers used to moor. You'll pause often to savour the views .
You can take a 1½-hour river cruise on the Lady Sandel from the jetty on Strand Rd (across the river from the town centre) upstream to Macfinn via the lock at Cutts, or downstream to the river mouth...
The waters around Portstewart abound with marine life and shipwrecks, offering fantastic diving...
Classic links course amid huge sand dunes. At Castlerock village, 17km west of Portstewart.
Dating from 1894, renowned Portstewart Golf Club has three courses: the par 72 championship links course the Strand, the par 68 Riverside and the par 64 Old Course...
Operates daily cruises on the Foyle estuary...
Offers 1¼-hour guided walking tours of the walled city, starting from the tourist office at 11am and 3pm Monday to Saturday from April to October.
Guided one-hour walking tours of the famous People's Gallery murals led by the artists themselves. Book in advance by phone or on the website.
One-hour Historic Derry walking tours start from Carlisle Stores at 10am, noon, 2pm and 4pm year-round. There are also tours of the Bogside and of Derry's murals.
Waterworld , by the harbour, has indoor swimming pools, waterslides and spa baths for children to play in (adult/child under eight years £4.50/2.50, family tickets for three/four/five persons £11.75/15.60/19...
The town is famous for Barry’s , Ireland’s biggest amusement park, filled with classic, family-friendly rides, including a carousel, ghost train and dodgems.
From April to November the friendly Troggs Surf Shop offers bodyboard/surfboard hire (per day £7.50/10) and wetsuit hire (per day £7), surf reports and general advice...
You’ll find many activities for kids at The Coastal Zone , including marine-life exhibits, a touch pool, rock-pool rambles and fossil hunts.
Spectacularly sited alongside the Atlantic at the town's eastern edge, 1888-founded Royal Portrush is the only golf club in Ireland to have hosted the Open Championship, in 1951, which it will host again in 2019...
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