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Europcar is proud to offer its first class car hire service in the town of Coleraine, Co. Derry. As always, Europcar's vast fleet of modern, comfortable and reliable vehicles, with a choice of models to fit a wide range of different size parties and budgets, is always available. Choose from options like child seats, satellite navigation and extra driver cover, plus services like 3-step online booking and express pick-up. So, if you are looking to stay in Coleraine, travel the beautiful Northern Ireland countryside, or use the city as a base to explore further into the delights of Ireland itself, Europcar's legendary customer service is on hand to help get your trip off to the smoothest possible start.
The affluent town of Coleraine is home to only around 30,000 people, yet offers championship golf courses, a marina, a well-known Riverside theatre and a host of other leisure facilities. Located on the mouth of the River Bann, thirty miles east of Derry and 55 miles north west of Belfast, Coleraine sits in some of the most extraordinary countryside in Europe. A busy visitor destination during the day, at night the party scene tends to move out towards the coastal towns of Portrush and Portstewart. On the East side of town is Mountsandel Forest, within which is Mount Sandel fort, claimed to be the oldest human settlement in Ireland. Also nearby is Bushmills, the distillery village, which is a major attraction, and the world-famous Giant's Causeway geological wonder.
The Giant's Causeway - This legendary rock formation is about twenty minutes drive from Coleraine, in the north of Co. Antrim, and is made up from about 40,000 basalt columns from an ancient volcanic eruption. It attracts up to half a million visitors every year. The Causeway was supposedly built by Irish giant Finn MacCool for a fight against Scottish giant Benandonner, so the two could settle their differences. However people choose to believe it came about, this stunning natural feature still leaves visitors awestruck, sixty million years later.
Bushmills - About nine miles from Coleraine is the small village that's home to the Old Bushmills Distillery, which still attracts up to 120,000 whisky-loving visitors a year. Considered to be the oldest licensed distillery in the world, here the exacting whiskey-making process is demonstrated and, of course, the good stuff is sold as well.
The Wild Atlantic Way - Coleraine town is less than sixty miles from Malin Head, the most northerly point in Ireland and the northern starting point for the Wild Atlantic Way driving adventure, an epic trek along the west coast of Ireland following the coastal roads for 1700 miles of the most amazing countryside and scenery in Europe. Taking in Donegal, Co. Mayo, Galway, Co. Clare, Co. Kerry along the way and ending in Cork, the Wild Atlantic Way is an astonishing driving vacation and a unique way to experience the glory of Ireland, even if you don't go the entire distance.