This urban walk provides an opportunity to learn more about the buildings, monuments and streetscapes which have given the town its historical character.
Millisle Beach is a nearby attraction.
Town centre footpath.
Monuments and buildings in the town
The route meanders around the buildings, monuments and streetscapes which have given shape to the town. The walker can enjoy the history of the town and also enjoy the extended walking trails included in the guide. A full description and historic information is provided in the Donaghadee Walking Guide leaflet.
Donaghadee is 8 miles to the west of Newtownards and 6 miles from Bangor. Public transport serves the area - see www.translink.co.uk.
Dogs are allowed. Dogs should be kept on leads at all times
The following facilities are available for users with limited mobility:
|Café (wheelchair accessible)|
|Shop (wheelchair accessible)|
Toilet and refreshment facilities are accessible around the town.
Donaghadee Walking Guide
The walking guide is available from Newtownards or Portaferry Tourist Information Centre Tel. 028 9182 6846 and can be downloaded from www.visitstrangfordlough.co.uk. An accompanying podcast is also available to download from the website.
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