Always love to walk on the prom in Salthill when visiting, perfect in the sunshine but equally refreshing in the wind and rain!!! Plenty places to stop for a coffee or a meal along the prom and with a stunning view of Galway bay
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My wife and I visited on a Tuesday morning in July. It was very busy and it was almost impossible to find a place to park, finally finding somewhere about 15 minutes walk from the promenade. It was nice to stroll up and down, watching...More
We opted for a sidetrip away from Galways drinking and partying and decided on Salthill.This is a nice area along the Atlantic coast with views og the Aran islands.The town centre has pubs and a small collection of seafood eateries.Although it was a day of...More
My favourite place on earth. The walk on the prom is unique to Galwegians, but visitors have come to love the walk. Regardless of the weather (the windier the better) the prom is a must for all coming to Galway
Walking here for years love it one of Galway's nicest sights and main attractions if not the main attraction! Safe to walk day or night once in a blue moon I've spotted a odd rat in the rocks but that's extremely rare wouldn't turn me...More
This is an area just outside Galway along the Atlantic Ocean with beaches, hotels and tourist attractions. It has a long walk along the coast with a tradition at the end to "kick the wall."
Last week we parked up on the far end of the prom and walked all the way into the City Centre and I must say that in spite of the windy weather it was beautiful and refreshing.
I have spent quite a bit of time here and I am never disappointed. I walked the promenade in both good and bad weather but it doesn't matter the weather because it is such a great spot.