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Cookstown Main Street 2

1. Cookstown, Cookstown

Cookstown is situated in the heart of the Sperrins. It is famous for its longest and widest street in Northern Ireland, providing one mile of complete shopping.

2. Fivemiletown, Fivemiletown


3. Strabane, Strabane

Embracing the charm of country villages, the majestic heights of the Sperrins, and the rich rivers of the Foyle, Strabane represents a truly unspoilt world of scenic beauty.
Queen Aine, aka Kyree Forrest, helps to launch Taste of Autumn in Tyrone at Knockmany Forest, Augher

4. Augher, Augher

Sion Mills Church

5. Sion Mills, Strabane, Sion Mills, Strabane

The village if Sion Mills is located just south of Strabane. Worthy of note and a visit is Sion Mills, a pleasant tree lined industrial village particularly rich in architectural heritage. Significant features among others include the Church of ...

6. Omagh, Omagh

Omagh, Tyrone's County town, less than two hours from Belfast, is a central location for exploring Northern Ireland. It is a busy market town with excellent shopping, places to eat, and a lively entertainment scene.

7. Coalisland, Coalisland, Dungannon

8. Moy, Moy, Dungannon

9. Coagh, Cookstown, Coagh, Enniskillen

Coagh village is situated on a ford of Ballinderry River. The village was founded in 1720 by George Butler. The name derived from “an uiach” meaning the hollow as the village nestles among the gentle low lying land.

10. Pomeroy, Cookstown, Pomeroy, Dungannon

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