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North Down Coastal Path

Northern Ireland
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Fabulous, easily accessible walk

Walked this coastal path in two stages in a recent visit to N. Ireland-- first, the stretch from... read more

Reviewed 31 December 2016
nendrum
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Boston, Massachusetts
Walking the Dog

The great thing about living in Bangor, Co. Down is the great countryside on your door step... read more

Reviewed 26 October 2016
Trevor C
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Bangor, United Kingdom
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31 Dec 2016
“Fabulous, easily accessible walk”
26 Oct 2016
“Walking the Dog”
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Reviewed 31 December 2016

Walked this coastal path in two stages in a recent visit to N. Ireland-- first, the stretch from Bangor to Holywood (about 3 hours at a very leisurely pace) and then the stretch from Bangor to Orlock (about 2 hours). The path offers wonderful scenery...More

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Reviewed 26 October 2016

The great thing about living in Bangor, Co. Down is the great countryside on your door step. Leaving the car at the Banks Lane car park at Ballyholme Bay. Turn right and head toward Groomsport. Taking in part of the North Down Coastal path. Great...More

1  Thank Trevor C
Reviewed 15 August 2016 via mobile

I finished the north down coastal path in August. I had already done two sections of it the previous year and needed to finish off the section between Bangor and orlock point near Donaghadee. I thought I knew what was going to ahead of me...More

1  Thank C-N_BELFAST
Reviewed 20 October 2005

Following the costal path fm Holywood promanade east and you are soon lost from the hussel and bussel of city life. This path go's fm Holywood to Bangor. Plan to spend half a day walking this pathway. The path is easy to follow thou isnt...More

1  Thank madfaxman
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