County Londonderry lies on the north-west shores of Northern Ireland. The allure of the Oak Grove County is wrapped up in its beautiful scenery and tranquillity. In the county you will find vibrant cultural and historical attractions, action, adventure and a strong literary heritage.
The highest point in the county is the summit of Sawel Mountain (678 metres (2,224 ft)). Sawel is part of the Sperrin Mountains, which dominate the southern part of the county. To the east and west, the land falls into the valleys of the Bann and Foyle rivers respectively; in the south-east, the county touches the shore of Lough Neagh, which is the largest lake in Ireland. The north of the county is distinguished by the steep cliffs, dune systems, and remarkable beaches of the Atlantic coast.
A short list of things to see when visiting the county:
Marvel at Mussenden Temple
Wander the ‘Roaring Meg’ wall
Hit the Causeway Coastal Route and pristine beaches at Benone and Downhill
Get lost in the Jungle tree-top high wires, zorbing, or llama trekking
Golf like a pro at world class tracks like Portstewart, Royal County Down, County Down. Royal Portrush
Step into world famous poet, Seamus Heaney’s, HomePlace
Gear up for Halloween at acclaimed best in the world ‘City of Bones’
Take to the five floor Tower Museum
Cross the Carrick-a-reed rope bridge
Walk the Camomile Lawn