Salthill Promenade, Galway

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Historic Walking Area · Tourist Spot
Lined by bars, restaurants, and hotels, Salthill Promenade stretches along Galway Bay. The "Prom," as the locals call it, is the longest seaside promenade in the country, attracting both casual strollers and long-distance joggers. You can reach the promenade from any part of the city in about five minutes by simply heading toward the water. As you walk or run along this sign-posted path, remember the local tradition that claims kicking the prom wall unfailingly brings good luck. Time your stroll or jog for late afternoon when the promenade becomes a prime spot for watching the sunset. To visit Salthill Promenade on your holiday in Galway, and find out what else Galway has to offer, use our Galway.
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  • A busy Saturday night didn’t suit a family where the bar was jammed with drinkers Little space for residents to dine For residents to have an alcoholic beverage you were directed to a large venue...  more »
  • The Promenade at Salthill is just lovely at this time of year, sunrise & sunset both simply beautiful. We had a lovely few days at the Galway Bay Hotel just across from the promenade which is an...  more »

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