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Pocket Guide: Tyrone

Bordering the western shores of Lough Neagh, County Tyrone is one of six counties that form the country of Northern Ireland. As one of the traditional 32 counties of Ireland and with the county town being Omagh, it’s a place with broad historic, cultural and natural appeal.

County Tyrone is rich with history, home to a number of important historical sites, including the enigmatic Beaghmore Stone Circles and the Hill of the O’Neill. With incredible natural charm, the county is a walker’s paradise and also popular with anyone who loves the great outdoors.

Where to Visit in County Tyrone

With sparse highlands and lush valleys, the Tyrone and Sperrin Mountain Range is a must-visit destination for any visitor to County Tyrone. The region has its own unique charm and during the summer months is home to some exemplary walking routes. Tackle sections of the Ulster Way, with a particular highlight being the Craignamaddy Circuit.

You can also explore the Sperrin Range on two or four wheels, with excellent cycling and driving routes to enjoy. The Sperrins’ four scenic driving routes were included in National Geographic’s top 101 scenic drives in 2012, and are well worth a day or two exploring.

Outdoor Activities in County Tyrone

The region is crisscrossed with a network of walking trails that offer great access to the most beautiful parts of the country. If walking is not your thing, then you can also try mountain biking, canoeing, off-roading, zorbing and high-wire tree activities.

Beautiful walking routes include the Glenelly Valley between Plumbridge and Draperstown, with access to the highest peak at Sawel. The region’s quiet roads are also ideal for cycling, with flat and hilly terrain catering for both beginner and more serious riders.

Recent years have seen a surge in mountain biking, with the region becoming known for its world-class facilities. Head to the Davagh Forest Trails in the foothills of the Sperrin Mountains, or check out the trails at the Blessingbourne Trail Centre.

Relax and Unwind in County Tyrone

From the laidback charm of Omagh to the patchwork quilt scenery of rural County Tyrone, this is a great place to come for relaxing and unwinding. Huge traffic-free rural spaces and quiet roads combine with mountain ranges and undiscovered landscapes to create a magical atmosphere. It’s perfect for letting go of the stresses of everyday life.

Discover spa hotels in idyllic 17th century manor houses and invigorating walks in the Sperrins. Fuel up on a traditional Irish breakfast in the morning before setting out on a walk through stunning countryside.

County Tyrone is a peaceful and sparsely populated corner of Northern Ireland where the slow pace of life and welcoming environment is perfect for recharging the batteries.

Enjoy County Tyrone

From adrenaline-fuelled mountain biking to relaxing spa breaks in peaceful countryside, the secluded and undiscovered charm of County Tyrone appeals to different people for different reasons. Come and discover why you’re going to love it.

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