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Our County Derry Travel Guide includes… Places to stay, things to do and how to get to County Derry
County Derry is located in Northern Ireland and is infused with local culture and heritage, making it a fascinating getaway. The Free Derry Corner is a powerful landmark, painted in 1969 during the troubles of the country and is now an internationally recognised symbol of resistance and bravery. County Derry has many family-friendly places of interest including Creggan Country Park, where visitors can go kayaking and paintballing, Riverwatch Aquarium, Barry’s Amusement Park as well as a trip to any of the sandy beaches lining the coast of the county.
Portstewart Strand, owned by the National Trust, is one of Northern Ireland’s most popular beaches. It’s surrounded by beautiful sand dunes and is a great destination for either relaxing on the seafront or taking a walk along the Causeway Coast Way. County Derry is also home to the stunning Sperrin Mountains, great for exploring and the picturesque Lough Neagh, which happens to be the biggest lake in the UK and Ireland.