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Binevenagh - Click here to enlarge image

Binevenagh Area, (Tel. Causeway Coast & Glens Heritage Trust 028 2075 2100) (Web Address:www.ccght.org)

 

Binevenagh is one of nine scenic areas designated as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Northern Ireland. Three of these, Binevenagh, the Causeway Coast, the Antrim Coast & Glens AONB and part of another, Sperrin AONB, are within the Causeway Coast and Glens area. The distinctive headland of Binevenagh with its dramatic cliffs marks the western limit of the Antrim basalt plateau. From here there are spectacular panoramic views of Magilligan, Inishowen (Co Donegal) and of Islay & Jura in Scotland.

 

Benone Tourist Complex - Click here to enlarge

Benone Beach & Tourist Complex, 53 Benone Avenue, Benone, Limavady, (Tel. 028 777 50555)

 

Backed by the golden sands of Benone Beach, Benone Tourist Complex comprises : touring caravan park, 9 hole golf course, putting green, golf practice range, bowling green, tennis courts, outdoor heated splash pools, activity area and a cafe.

 

Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge - Click here to enlarge

Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, (situated half mile from Ballintoy, Ballycastle, Moyle) (Tel. 028 2073 1582 )

(Web Address:www.ntni.org.uk)

Enjoy the challenge of crossing the precarious Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge which crosses a 24m deep & 18m wide chasm which gives access to a salmon fishery. Stunning views over the sea to the Scottish coast. Coastal walks along the limestone headland. Tea Room and information point. (Bridge opening subject to weather conditions.

 

Dunluce Castle - Click here to enlarge

Dunluce Castle, (situated 3 miles east of Portrush) (Tel. 028 2073 1938)

 

Clinging fast onto a dramatic clifftop, Dunluce is thought to be the most romantic & picturesque Castle in Ireland dating back to the 14th Century.

 

 

Giant's Causeway - Click here to enlarge

Giant's Causeway - Click here to enlarge

 

Giants Causeway, Causeway Road, Bushmills, Co Antrim (Tel. 028 2073 1855)

Ireland's top tourist attraction and UNESCO World Heritage site, the world famous Giant's Causeway displays formations of unusual six sided basalt columns and a wealth of local & natural history. Open for walking all year round, with a Visitors Centre which includes interpretive displays. AV Theatre and tourist information on site.

 

Mussenden Temple - Click here to enlarge

Mussenden Temple, (situated 1 mile west of Castlerock) (Tel. 028 2073 1582) (Web Address:www.ntni.org.uk)

 

Perilously close to the edge of a sheer drop and overlooking Downhill Beach stands this beautiful 18th Century folly, originally inspired by the Tivoli Temple of Vesta. It is a much photographed landmark built close to the extensive gardens, grounds and forest of the ruined Downhill Castle.

 

 

Roe Valley Country Park (1) - Click here to enlarge

Roe Valley Country Park (2) - Click here to enlarge

Roe Valley Country Park (3) - Click here to enlarge image

Roe Valley Country Park, Dogleap Road, Limavady, (Tel. 028 777 22074)

(Email:roevalleycountrypark@doeni.gov.uk) (WebAddress:www.ehsni.gov.uk/roe)

 

Roe Valley Country Park runs for three miles either side of the River Roe near Limavady. The river plunges through spectacular gorges and its banks are clothed with mature mixed woodland. It is a beautiful tranquil location. The River Roe, especially after heavy rainfall, can be seen surging its way through the Park. The banks of the river are much quieter with a dense woodland of majestic trees. In springtime the woodland floor is covered with a carpet of wild flowers. A fascinating variety of damp-loving plants thrive all the year round in the moist shade of the riverbank slopes. The Park is the habitat of foxes, badgers and otters. Over sixty species of bird have been seen in the park. Above all, the park is a place for recreation - superb salmon and trout fishing, canoeing, rock climbing, orienteering and mile upon mile of riverside and woodland walks.

 

 

Rathlin Island (1) - Click here to enlarge image

Rathlin Island (Tel. Ballycastle Tourist Information Centre 028 2076 2024) (Email:tourism@moyle-council.org)

 

Lying just over 6 miles North of the pretty seaside resort of Ballycastle, Co Antrim, and 14 miles from the Mull of Kintyre, Scotland. Rathlin Island is situated within the Antrim Coast & GlensArea of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It includes several important natural heritage sites and is particularly internationally important for its flora, seabird colonies and in some cases its unique underwater marine life. In addition to this it has many interesting listed buildings and a strong cultural heritage.

 

Lough Foyle Ferry - Click here to enlarge image

The Lough Foyle Ferry, Greencastle/Magilligan (Tel. 00353 74 9381901) (Email:info@loughfoyleferry.com)

 

The Lough Foyle car & passenger ferry is a new & convenient way to explore Co Donegal from the North West area, or vice versa. The distance from Magilligan Point to Greencastle Harbour is a mere 1.6km and the crossing takes 15 minutes. The passage follows the ancient Columban Corridor used by early Christians and as a primitive trade route in times long past.

 

Roe Park Resort, Roe Park, Limavady (Tel. 028 7772 2222)

 

Northern Ireland's Award winning Golf & Spa Resort

Golf Hotel of The Year 2017

The Roe Park Resort offers a challenging 18 hole par three course, set amongst attractive woodland and is a popular choice for visitors to the area. It also offers a Golf Academy, Driving Range and Putting Green, suitable for both experienced players and beginners alike.

 

Old Bushmills Distillery, Main Street, Bushmills, Co Antrim (Tel. 028 2073 1521)

(Web Address: www.bushmills.com)

 

The Co. Antrim town of Bushmills boasts the world’s oldest licensed distillery. It was founded in 1608 and is still producing fine whiskey nearly 400 years later. Learn the secrets of the special water from St Columb's Rill in the world's oldest licensed whiskey distillery. Pass by the shining copper stills and age old oak casks before sampling the finest Irish Malt Whiskey. Guided Tours (unsuitable for the disabled), cafe, shop, AV presentation are all available on site.

 

Roe Valley Leisure Centre, 9 Greystone Road, Limavady, (Tel. 028 777 64009)

(Email:rvlcreception@limavady.gov.uk) (Web Address : www.rvlc.co.uk)

Roe Valley Leisure Centre is a modern leisure complex centrally situated in the town of Limavady. The Centre is owned & managed by Limavady Borough Council. Comprising of pools, sports halls, Lifestyle fitness suite, health suite, squash courts and rooms the centre caters for sports, fitness and recreation activities. Additionally some facilities are multi - purpose allowing us to cater for meetings, conferences, birthday parties and concerts.

 

 

Foyle Hovercrafting & Leisure, 71 Carrowclare Road, Limavady, Co. Londonderry BT49 9EB (Tel: 028 777 22235 )

(Email: info@foylehov.com) (Web Address: www.foylehov.com)

The purpose built track with its tricky corners and hairpins, alternating with thrilling water hazards, provides an ideal location for an activity-filled couple of hours designed to test skills which you never knew you had. Hovercrafting, Powerturn Buggying, Laser Clay Shooting and Archery provide the perfect diversion to relieve the modern day stresses of the workplace. So why not organise a group of friends to come down and experience some new thrills and skills amidst some of the most beautiful countryside in Northern Ireland.

 

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