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Derry-Londonderry Stag Do Guide

Derry otherwise known as Londonderry is the birthplace of Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle. Located on the North West coast of Northern Ireland close to counties of Tyrone and Donegal. A stag do in Derry/Londonderry will find this buzzing county sure knows how to party. Regardless of the of the type of weekend you're wanting, Derry/Londonderry has it, plus a whole lot more. Choose from exciting activities and adventures to cracking culture themed events and lively festivals taking place all over the county.

What a Stag Do Derry/Londonderry will find:

Derry is so diverse that one minute you could be laughing your head off at a famous comedian in the 21st century Millennium Theatre, the next minute enjoying a tour of Derry city's walls or experiencing the thrill of gliding across land and water at almost 40mph in a hovercraft. The shopping in Derry is also that good that your stag do in Derry may find themselves taking home a few unexpected shopping bags from the trendy male stores in Foyleside or the popular Richmond Shopping Centre.

The choice of stag do activities in Derry is also exceptional from paintballing Derry, go-karting Derry, fishing and quad biking. You can also get soaking wet with a session of canoeing or kayaking! And let’s not forget some of Ireland’s finest golf courses including Portstewart, Roe Park Resort and Castlerock.

Stag Do Accommodation Derry/Londonderry

Stag do accommodation Derry has something to suit every stag do in Derry. Luxury guys can opt for an upmarket Derry City centre hotel or a plush country house hotel. Then there’s the range of Derry self catering apartments and houses, friendly B&Bs and value camping and caravan parks to choose from.

There is a mecca of fab restaurants scattered all around County Derry. From contemporary bistros to value steak houses and everything in between. With the stag do regularly being referred to as “the last night of freedom” the groom-to-be certainly won’t forget a stag do in Derry/Londonderry. As night falls the party vibe across Derry’s towns pick up. For something really different why not start the stag night in Derry with a rural bar and join the locals for an Irish music session.

Stag Night Derry/Londonderry

There’s a popular saying in Northern Ireland “The craic’s 90”. Well in Derry/Londonderry the craic (good fun, company and possibly a pint) is closer to 100 with the buzzing Derry nightlife in Derry nightclubs! Entertainment sure is in Derry people's blood and it’s no surprise to learn then that the Derry nightlife for a stag do in Derry/Londonderry is excellent! You can choose from a whole host of bars, pubs and Derry nightclubs within the bustling city of Derry itself or the party towns of Limavady, Coleraine, Portstewart, Maghera, Dungiven and not forgetting the lively Magherafelt with it’s jam packed nightclubs. The Millennium Fourm, Derry is another good choice for guys with its varied range of shows, concerts and comedy nights.

Derry/Londonderry Stag Do Ideas

Derry/Londonderry hosts some of the best festivals and events internationally, and there are numerous Derry/Londonderry stag do ideas. Taking pride of place is the must see ‘Banks of the Foyle Halloween Carnival’ which is the largest in Ireland, and it attracts over 40,000 party goers. Then there’s the annual Jazz and Big Band Festival in May or various summer events such as the Foyle Regatta, Gasyard Feile or Foyle Cup.

Another must see is the walled city of Derry with its famous history. While outside the city is a multitude of outdoor attractions for a stag do in Derry to enjoy. Limavady’s Roe Valley Country Park is one fine example where you can all try your hands at fishing, canoeing and even extreme rock climbing. The best way for a group to see the county of Derry/Londonderry is off course via a Helicopter. For the adventurous guy why not combine both sight seeing with a helicopter lesson, now there’s a good stag do idea in Derry for you!

Derry/Londonderry Facts

• Derry city is the fourth largest city in Ireland and holds claim to the prestigious “UK City of Culture 2013” title.