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Co Derry/ Londonderry

With the historic Walled City of Derry/Londonderry, second city of Northern Ireland, as its hub, Co Derry/Londonderry also takes in some spectacular coastline, mountains, forest parks and lakes.

About Co Derry/ Londonderry


With the historic Walled City of Derry, second city of Northern Ireland, as its hub, Co. Londonderry also takes in some spectacular coastline, mountains, forest parks and loughs. Seaside resorts like Portstewart and Castlerock never lose their attraction and there are many towns and villages which offer a charming alternative to city life.

A cutting edge arts and entertainment scene is matched by fine schools and the acclaimed Magee Campus of the University of Ulster. It doesn’t matter where you live from Coleraine to Draperstown, there’s always heart-stopping scenery within easy reach.

Ideal for

Young couples and families looking for space and relaxed living.

Nearby

Beautiful Donegal, the Causeway Coast, Sperrin Mountains.

The Market

A diverse mix of new developments and established residential locations.

Popular Places

Lough Foyle, The Walled City.

Experience Co Derry/ Londonderry

Eat & Drink

Browns

Simply the best in Derry/Londonderry for dining, Browns has added a popular Strand Road outlet to their Bond’s Hill original, now a restaurant and champagne lounge. Among Ireland’s finest.

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Café del Mondo

The star of Derry/Londonderry’s atmospheric Craft Village, Café del Mondo is multi-cultural café by day, candlelit bistro by night. Organic food, great breads, unbeatable atmosphere.

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Lime Tree

Long established, this superb restaurant in Limavady has won any number of awards thanks to Stanley Matthew’s inventive cooking. Wife Maria serves front of house.

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Water Margin

Not the most groundbreaking of menus, just really good Chinese food in a lovely setting by the River Bann and who could want more than that? A big favourite with Coleraine locals.

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Shops

Pippa Boutique

Choose from individually sourced outfits and accessories at this funky little independent boutique.

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Austins

The world’s oldest independently owned department store (yes, it beats Harrods) is a shopping treasure-trove. Unwind with hearty food and spectacular views at their roof top restaurant.

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Thomas the Goldsmith

Talented gold and silversmith David Thomas fashions exquisite jewellery and rings in his studio at the back of the showroom in Derry/Londonderry’s Pump Street. He also offers evening and weekend courses.

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Walled City Food Market

Superb breads and cakes, delicious hot food and all kinds of ethnic delicacies are available as well as beautiful handmade crafts at this monthly speciality market beneath the City Walls in Derry/Londerry's Guildhall Square.

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Parks & Recreation

Benone Beach

Seven miles of golden sand, a wide choice of watersports, shore angling, golf and views to Donegal, there’s nowhere in Ireland to touch Blue Flag Benone Beach, situated beneath towering Benevenagh.

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Roe Valley Country Park

Lake, waterfalls and wooded glens host angling, hiking, canoeing and rock climbing in this tranquil area near Limavady.

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Castlerock Golf Club

A classic links course with views over the dramatic Causeway Coast, this is as beautiful a course as you will find anywhere. Now considered one of Northern Ireland’s finest.

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St Columbs Park

Just cross Derry/Londonderry’s iconic Peace Bridge from the city centre and you’re in this beautiful park, nearby the magnificent new Ebrington performance arena. A state-of-the-art new leisure centre opens there soon.

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