Gortmore is situated on the Bishop's Road, on the Binevenagh Loop which is part of the Causeway Coastal Route. On a clear day views extend across to Donegal and the islands of Islay and Jura off the west coast of Scotland.

Picnic facilities are available for visitors to enjoy. In addition to the sculpture of Manannan Mac Lir, a sea God originating from this area, a sculpture trail can be followed. Off road walks are also available.


Accessible parking

Opening Hours

Open all year round.



No charge.


No charge.

Getting There

To get to Gortmore from Limavady - The Bishop’s Road begins a few miles north east of Limavady town. Take the Windy Hill Road (B201) and turn left onto the Bishop’s Road; Gortmore is approximately 5 miles from this junction.

To get to Gortmore from Castlerock/Downhill – Follow Mussendun Road (A2) signed as Causeway Coastal Route. When you descend into Downhill turn left onto Bishop’s Road as it rises steeply. Look for the brown & white signs for Binevenagh Scenic Loop and Gortmore. Gortmore is approximately 2 ½ miles along this road.

Walk Trails

Circular, 2.2 miles

Gortmore to Hell's Hole. Cliff top walk in the Binevenagh AONB.


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