Strabane Town & District
Bound by the scenic beauty of the Sperrin Mountains, Strabane rests at the meeting point of three rivers; the Mourne, the Finn and the Foyle.
It is a town rich in history and heritage : Birthplace of John Dunlap, printer of the American Declaration of Independence; Flann O’Brien, one of Ireland’s most famous literary sons; and pioneer astronomer Annie Maunder who along with her husband has the distinction of having a moon crater named in their honour.
Here opportunities exist to relax and unwind in award winning restaurants, bistros and cafes, to enjoy retail therapy at its very best, and sample a wide selection of fabulous night time and weekend entertainment.
Additionally angling, golf, and equestrian activities can all be found within easy access of Strabane while venturing a little further into the Mourne, Faughan, Glenelly, Derg Valleys opens the door to idyllic rural Ulster .
Dominated by romantic landscapes, rich in culture, history and heritage the Sperrins provides the perfect backdrop to enjoy and experience either a more relaxed pace of life or an adrenalin induced adventure.
A range of gentle walking options, scenic drives, and secluded rivers for angling sit alongside a multitude of more adventurous pursuits including mountain biking, canoeing, off-road driving, zorbing and high wire tree top activity.
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For further information and queries contact:
Strabane Visitor Information Centre
Telephone: (028) 71 384444