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What’s more, if you purchase an integrated Translink bus and rail ticket, you can take the bus from Coleraine to visit the fantastic attractions and small towns and villages of The Causeway Coast.
History, heritage, stunning scenery as well as plenty of great restaurants,pubs and shops await you for a fun-filled day-trip.
Stop a while in Coleraine or hop on board one of our bus services to travel on to The Giant’s Causeway or one of the many pretty coastal towns and villages from Portstewart to Ballycastle.
The Causeway Coast is one of the most scenic regions in these islands and is home to some of Northern Ireland’s best known attractions including Bushmills Distillery, Dunluce Castle, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and of course The Giant’s Causeway.
Check library for details - booking suggested Elizabeth Cameron t: 028 7082 3718 e: [email protected]The first Wednesday of every month.
Return bus services from The Giant’s Causeway to Coleraine will allow you to hop on and off at coastal locations.Begins in Derry-Londonderry, The City of Culture 2013.It is an historic 6th century city with "a great riverside setting, fascinating historical sights and a determined air of optimism that has made it the powerhouse of the North’s Cultural revival" (Lonely Planet 2010).Rhythm and Rhyme is a great opportunity for children to have fun and learn in a relaxed venue while giving parents and carers the chance to socialise.Elizabeth Cameron t: 028 7082 3718 e: [email protected]Children age 4 – 8 years, are invited to come along to enjoy free stories in the library.
Bus services 402, 172 and 177 serve The Causeway Coast.