From here it's 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the east to Belfast and 70 miles (113 kilometers) to the west to Sligo, Ireland.
If you love getting active, go and try out the most scenic golf courses in Tyrone. Among the region’s premier courses are Fintona Golf Club or Omagh Golf Club. Newtownstewart Golf Club and Springhill Golf and Country Club are two more great links that keen golfers should check out.
If you love nature and wildlife, plan a trip to Slieve Beagh and Gortin Glen Forest Park, two protected reserves where visitors to Tyrone like to go on a fine day. These two protected parks are delightful places where you can get out and enjoy local animals and plants.
If you are looking for somewhere to relax, take a boat ride or enjoy sunlight on the rippling water, the local lake called Lough Neagh is a great place to check out. When the sun is shining this calming place is worth making the time to visit.
No vacation in the city would feel complete without a visit to Sacred Heart Church. This is one of the most interesting attractions around. Read up about it in your guidebook and take some pictures before seeing some of the other attractions in Tyrone.
In this culture-rich city, be sure to investigate the engaging museums, including the Ulster American Folk Park, where discerning visitors can browse local collections. Take a self-guided tour, lose yourself in the exhibits, then ask for tips from the locals to uncover some of the more niche museums in town.
The Beaghmore Stone Circles and the Springhill House, are two more noteworthy sights waiting to delight holidaymakers in the Tyrone region.