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Limavady is ideally located for tourists flying in from other parts of the UK. From nearby Derry City Airport you can be at your accommodation in Limavady within an hour of your flight landing, as the town is just a brief 15-minute drive away. If you're lucky to be flying on a clear day you'll get a spectacular view of Lough Foyle as you land, with the airport situated right on its shoreline.
Belfast International Airport and Belfast City Airport are also both a short drive away from Limavady, with flights available to 24 different UK destinations between them. It puts Limavady's beautiful scenery within easy reach of most major cities in the country.
Derry City Airport is the gateway to north-west Ireland and is situated just nine miles from Limavady. It links County Londonderry directly with Glasgow, Liverpool and London. Three regular bus services connect the airport to Limavady, but if you want to take advantage of the many incredible visitor attractions within easy reach of the town you may wish to pick up a hire vehicle from one of the airport's three car rental firms. You can book through Expedia for a stress-free trip after you land.
Northern Ireland's busiest airport, Belfast International, is 56 miles away from Limavady and can be reached in one hour and 22 minutes by car, while its near neighbour George Best Belfast City Airport is a further seven miles, or 10 minutes, up the road. Both are an easy drive via the M2 motorway and A6 dual carriageway.
Flights available from Belfast International include Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Manchester and Newcastle. Belfast City serves UK destinations including Cardiff, East Midlands, Leeds-Bradford, Inverness, Southampton and Newquay. Between them the two Belfast airports connect Northern Ireland to all five London airports.
This pretty market town in the Roe Valley is nestled among some of Northern Ireland's best scenery, such as the cliffs of Binevenagh, an area of outstanding natural beauty that overlooks Limavady. Just outside Limavady is the Roe Valley Country Park, perfect for riverside and woodland walks, as well as outdoor activities including canoeing and rock climbing. Other scenic hotspots near the town include Magilligan Point, a nature reserve famous for its sand dunes, and the Sperrins, one of Northern Ireland's highest upland areas.
Limavady offers plenty for visitors with the Roe Valley Arts and Culture Centre, a live music and creative hub for the region. The Limavady Sculpture Trail will take you on a tour of the area's many myths and legends, including a murderous highwayman and a leaping dog, from which the town derives its name.
You'll also be sure to find a comfy place to stay in Limavady with all types of visitor catered for. Accommodation ranges from 5 star luxury hotels to budget hostels and idyllic holiday cottages.