See & Do
Causeway Coast & Glens
The Causeway Coast and Glens region is known for its spectacular scenery. With rugged coastal walks, beautiful sandy beaches, secluded hiking trails and forest paths.
There’s so much to explore – from the Causeway Coastal Route to Rathlin Island, seaside resorts to market towns. Go off the beaten track and discover many spectacular hidden gems – heritage trails, mountains, forests and parks.
Forming part of the iconic Causeway Coastal Route drive, the area is home to famous attractions such as The Giant’s Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, the Dark Hedges, Bushmills Distillery, Dunluce Castle, the Mussenden Temple and Binevenagh Mountain.
The Causeway Coast and Glens is a Foodie Destination! The rich agricultural land and the Atlantic Ocean produce the finest ingredients served up on our artisan cafes, bakeries, restaurants and bistros. And you can get up close and personal with the makers and even some hands on experience on your travels.
Limavady & The Roe Valley
Limavady town is nestled between the picturesque Roe Valley and Binevenagh Mountain. The town itself is characterised by family owned independent retailers, with a unique choice not found in many of the high streets.
Enjoy the best of national and international theatre and music at the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre. Or if you love local fresh food, quirky handmade crafts, fine art and speciality products why not visit the monthly Roe Valley Speciality Market.
History and mythical stories make Limavady a charming and intriguing town to visit. The name ‘Limavady’ is of Gaelic origin and means “Leap of the Dog” (Leim an Mhadaidh). This is a reference to a rather charming legend featuring a faithful guard dog of the O’Cahan clan, which is said to have leapt over the gorge of the River Roe to warn its master of approaching enemies.
The Roe Valley Country Park is a must see for any visitor. This scenic and tranquil park offers spectacular riverside views and woodland walks along with opportunities for salmon and trout fishing, canoeing, rock climbing and orienteering.
The river plunges through spectacular gorges and its banks are clothed in mature woodland. This picturesque park is also the main habitat to a number of animals which include foxes, badgers and otters. There is a disabled angler’s jetty by the river and a specially designed trail emphasising the wildlife of the park.
Discover Northern Ireland
Beyond the shores of Lough Foyle and the hills of Binevenagh Mountain a world of wonder awaits….
Northern Ireland has something for everyone, all within an hours drive from Benone Getaways. From world famous attractions to the many amazing hidden gems, there are more truly memorable experiences than you could ever imagine.
Wild, rugged coastlines that demand awe and adventure. Rural landscapes filled with trails, local stories and nature. Buzzing cityscapes and towns, flowing with life and urban exploration.
Belfast – Titanic Belfast, Belfast Zoo, City Hall, Stormont Parliament Buildings, Crumlin Road Gaol, Ulster Museum, Samson & Goliath Cranes
Derry/Londonderry or ‘The Walled City’ – Guildhall, Tower Museum, Peace Bridge & home to Europe’s biggest Halloween Festival
Causeway Coastal Route – The Gobbins Cliff Path & Carrickfergus Castle
Enniskillen – Marble Arch Caves & Cuilcagh Lakelands Geopark
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