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Coast and Country Food Tour

Departing from Coleraine Town Hall, 35 The Diamond, Coleraine, County Londonderry, BT52 1DE
a chef talks to a tour group whilst holding a jar of locally made produce

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Experience the exceptional foodie culture of the Causeway Coast. Enjoy this time together to eat, discover and take home an authentic taste of our beautiful place.

In a tour that lasts 6 hours, you become familiar with our heritage and culinary culture, taste our delicious local produce and meet the people behind this. Wendy will encourage you to sit back, relax and savour the flavours that make this area so unique.

As you travel by luxury small coach through the area on a tour of 5 planned stops, you will experience the fresh outdoors and taste locally produced artisan foods, that have attracted many international awards. You will meet the makers at one of our local artisan markets, visit an exceptional farm & savour the world-famous Bushmills Whiskey, distilled in the oldest licensed whiskey distillery in the world.

Our producers will tell you of their history and experiences, how the produce is grown/reared and why they take such pride in it.

Minimum Age :18

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Opening Times

Season (27 July 2024)
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Saturday09:30 - 16:00
Season (24 Aug 2024)
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Saturday09:30 - 16:00
Season (4 Oct 2024)
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Friday09:30 - 16:00
Season (14 Dec 2024)
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Saturday09:30 - 16:00

* Departure Time: 9.30am - Meet Coleraine Town Hall

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