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Key Info

Salthill

Price & Hours

Free

Details

Recreation, Sightseeing, Free Type
1 to 2 hours Time to Spend
4.2

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  • 5.0Value
  • 3.0Facilities
  • 5.0Atmosphere

Salthill is a village of Galway located along the Atlantic Ocean. It boasts a 2-mile-long promenade, which is a popular place to take a stroll. Below the walkway is a beach, lauded by recent visitors for its cleanliness. After you've taken a stroll along the water, explore Salthill, which is home to all sorts of shops and cafes.

Recent visitors said they enjoyed the "lovely, scenic" walk along the seashore, calling it relaxing.

Salthill sits less than a mile from central Galway. Most travelers decided to walk from Galway to Salthill, saying it took about 30 minutes. The promenade is free and accessible 24/7.

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