The River Foyle and its tributaries are shared between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Throughout its length it is bounded by three counties, Londonderry, Tyrone and Donegal, all of which offer the visitor a unique opportunity to visit the many attractions on offer within a half hour drive of the river. Whether it is the City Walls in Londonderry, The Sperrin Mountains in Tyrone or the beaches and sheer beauty of Donegal you will not go short of something to see or do on your visit to the North West.
If you’re planning a visit to fish or maybe you want to give the wife/partner something to see while you’re fishing check out these websites.
www.discoverireland.com (Follow the links to Donegal)
Dining - All of the towns and villages in the area offer a verity of restaurants, bistros cafes and carry outs to suit your requirements. Below are a few that are recommended.
Melon Country Hotel
Plus numerous other small cafe’s and carry outs..
Aunt Jane’s café
Mambo Jacks restaurant
Newtownstewart Golf Club
Hunting Lodge Hotel.
The Fir Trees Hotel
The Alley Theatre café
The Oysters restaurant
Plus many other town centre cafe’s and carry outs.
Golf - Golfers are spoiled for choice with 18 hole courses in,
Sion Mills ( par three )
Or why not travel slightly further and sample one of our famous links courses around the North Coast or Donegal.
Shopping - Shoppers can seek out a bargain or the latest designs in any of the town centres. Londonderry and Letterkenny are defiantly worth a visit.
Tyrone: The Ulster American Folk Park (Omagh).
Londonderry: City Walls.
Donegal: Any of the miles of beautiful beaches and scenery in Donegal.
We have provided this information to help visitors enjoy their time in the North West. If you need anymore help please contact us.