Map and how to get there

Attractions Restaurants

Nearest travel links

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Airport Belfast International Airport 75 km
Ferry Belfast 95 km
Train station Coleraine 7 km
Car Car essential

Activities near Portstewart

Sports Tennis in town, Water sports, Horse riding, Fishing
Great for Walking holidays, Beach or lakeside relaxation

How to get there

Portstewart is situated on Northern Irelands scenic Causeway Costal route running from the vibrant city capital of Belfast to the 2013 UK City of Culture in Derry/Londonderry.

From the East of Northern Ireland

Taking the M2 from Belfast. Exit M2 at Junction 1 and follow A26 to Coleraine. A26 concludes at Lodge Road Roundabout from where directional signage for Portstewart can easily be found. Take the A2 to Portstewart and as you enter the town turn right on to Agherton Road (this will be on the right hand side just past the Tesco store on the left). Continue straight on then take the 3rd left and immediately left again, Tranquility is the 2nd house on the right.

Scenic Route - if you are travelling from the South or East why not take the scenic Causeway Coastal Route and experience some of the finest scenery you are ever likely to encounter. For a copy of the Causeway Coastal Route Map please follow the link below.

http://www.causewaycoastandglens.com/portals/2/downloads/ccg_map.pdf

From the West of Northern Ireland

Portstewart can be accessed via the A2 Londonderry-Limavady road. From Limavady follow the A2 coastal route to Coleraine via Castlerock or the A37 mountain road to Coleraine. As you arrive in Coleraine follow the signage to Portstewart (A2). As you enter the town of Portstewart turn right on to Agherton Road (this will be on the right hand side just past the Tesco store on the left). Continue straight on then take the 3rd left and immediately left again, Tranquility is the 2nd house on the right.

From the South of Northern Ireland

Visitors travelling from the South of the Province should follow the main arterial A29 route via Armagh and Cookstown. Follow directional signage to Coleraine and continue as outlined above.