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A scenic and wonderfully traffic-free route.
Three to four day route taking in the arc of the Sperrin Mountains and Lough Foyle.
Visitors will relax at An Creagán Self catering cottages and have free use of our mountain bikes ...
Cycle Sperrins is a guided and self-guided bike hire service located in the Sperrins Mountains.
Sperrin View House is a luxurious 4 bedroom accommodation sleeping up to 7 people. Nestled at ...
Challenging cycle route around the northern Sperrins foothills.
Using a detailed map for this route is strongly recommended.
Country roads and gently undulating farmland in the Bann Valley
Beginning at Newtownstewart travelling through the quiet countryside of West Tyrone.
A route rich in landscape history awaiting your discovery by bike
Loughs, Country Roads and Peat Bogs
Nothing beats the sense of achievement or satisfaction of cycling a coast to coast route.
A scenic and wonderfully traffic-free route through mid-Ulster, this is one of the most romantically wild areas in Ireland. The Sperrin mountains are both rugged and curvaceous with many stopping places of interest.
Visitors will relax at An Creagán Self catering cottages and have free use of our mountain bikes throughout their stay. Cycle tour maps are provided to direct visitors to the many archaeological sites in the area.
Cycle Sperrins is a guided and self-guided bike hire service located in the Sperrins Mountains in the centre of Northern Ireland.
Sperrin View House is a luxurious 4 bedroom accommodation sleeping up to 7 people. Nestled at the foot of the Sperrin Mountains in the heart of mid Ulster yet convenient to the towns of Moneymore, Cookstown and Magherafelt. There’s lots to do and ...
A challenging cycle route around the Sperrins foothills passing through towns and villages, farmland and upland, providing an opportunity to explore Banagher Glen, religious sites and see renewable energy generation in action.
It's one of the best coastal routes you're ever likely to ride, stretching from Ballyshannon's Atlantic Coast through L'derry.
By cycling the scenic valleys and hill passes of the Sperrins you`ll gain an appreciation of this region`s ancient geology. Travelling this route will also bring you around the highest line of hills in the Sperrins - know as the Sperrin Ridge.
- This route has some steep climbs.
- This route can be shortened by use of the road past Davagh forest
- A short detour to the Sperrin Heritage Centre is highly recommended.
With its wide open spaces and unspoilt natural beauty, Northern Ireland's Tyrone & Sperrins region is the ideal place for slowing down and getting away from it all.
Dominated by windswept, heather-clad slopes, weekend wanders in the Sperrins is what
We all know packing up for a break with the kids can be stressful. So ease the burden a little by choosing family-friendly accommodation that will go the extra mile to make your stay a memorable one. From high chairs to games rooms and farmyard
We all know that packing up for a break with the kids can be stressful at times, so why not ease the burden a little by choosing to stay in family friendly accommodation?
From Hotels with babysitting services, interconnecting rooms and children’s menus,
Get into the action with our A-Z of fun and exciting adventures all over Northern Ireland. From soaring high above your friends to racing past them there is something for your speed of adventure.
Northern Ireland has some fantastic scenic drives - many of which you can cover in a day or short break - with countless stunning places to take that memorable photograph. Here are just some of our top suggestions:
Places to Tell them You’ll Love them Forever
When it comes to scenic spots in Northern Ireland – we really are blessed from the Mourne Mountains to the breath-taking Causeway Coast and Glens.
Now that Autumn is well and truly in full swing – we suggest you get out and go exploring on an autumn
Take a fresh look at County Tyrone and you’ll discover a wealth of hidden gems.
Northern Ireland is rapidly becoming a ‘must see’ destination on the world map and in turn, some incredible landscapes are being revealed to walkers of all ages and abilities.
In May 2014, Northern Ireland went ‘pink’ with enthusiasm when the prestigious Giro d’Italia cycle race started in Belfast.
With so many diverse landscapes in Northern Ireland, we have put together a list of our most spectacular natural wonders and manmade structures that every walker should experience first hand.
Northern Ireland is crammed with natural wonders that can make you gasp in sheer appreciation of their beauty. Here are a few of our best natural assets to explore, love and enjoy.