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  • 1 View from Gortmore Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Bishop’s Road GB - Magilligan

    The Bishop's Road was cut through Binevenagh mountain to ease the journey between Limavady and home for the eccentric Bishop of Derry Frederick Hervey (1730-1803), a passionate traveller and collector of art and antiquities. The steep road climbs the..

  • 2 Roe Valley Country Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    41 Dogleap Road GB - Limavady BT49 9NN

    The park stretches across 4.8 km of the wild and wooded valley where the River Roe, red and winding, runs through rocks and crosses gorges. The visitor welcome centre at Dogleap Bridge contains information on the local flora and fauna, old industries..

  • 3 Bovevagh Church

    Religious buildings

    7 Connell Street GB - Limavady

    This church, now in ruins, dates from the 11C or early 12C. In the cemetery, you can see a funeral building from the same era. Built in freestone, it probably housed relics moved when the chancel was added to the church. On the western gable, a figur..

  • 4 Church

    Religious buildings

    Bovevagh Road GB - Burnfoot

    This church, now in ruins, dates from the 11C or early 12C. The churchyard contains a mortuary house from the same period. Made of dressed stone, it probably housed relics moved when the chancel was added to the church. On the west gable is a figure ..

  • 5 Priory

    Religious buildings

    Priory Lane GB - Dungiven BT47 4PF

    At the end of the 12C, an Augustine priory that prospered until the mid-16C replaced a pre-Roman monastery dedicated to St Nechtan. Its ruins stand on a natural defence that overlooks the Roe. The church is a fine example of medieval architecture: th..

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