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Coast & Country Foodie Tour Experience

Coleraine Town Hall, Coleraine, County Londonderry, BT51 3QQ
  • Tour group participants inspect the fresh local seafood on offer including a lobster

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Enjoy an extraordinary foodie adventure along every twist and turn on this guided tour of the culinary highlights of Northern Ireland’s fabled Causeway Coastal Route.

Your tastebuds will start tingling from the moment you join your expert guide Wendy, who describes the food and drink highlights that lie ahead of you across this most spectacular landscape, judged the second most popular foodie region in the whole of Ireland (RAI Foodie Destinations Awards 2019).

It's not only about the food of course, it’s also about the people who bring the best ingredients and local produce to your table. These are passionate foodies indebted to, and in love with, our land. People who endeavour to nurture every morsel from farm to fork. You’ll meet with them, discover their passion for their produce, experience first-hand how they transform the very best ingredients into the finest dishes and, of course, get to tuck in and savour the exquisitely fresh flavours all for yourself.

Along the way you’ll visit a local artisan market, a rural farm, and enjoy an exclusive tasting of the world-famous Bushmills Whiskey, made in the world's oldest licensed whiskey distillery.

It’s a day filled with delicious food and drink, as well as fun, and you’ll feed off the enthusiasm of this vibrant community of producers and ambassadors whilst enjoying the craic to be had over locally sourced and prepared meals and snacks in truly spectacular surroundings.

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Wendy Gallagher chats to tour group during the Coast and Country experience


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