Binevenagh (from Irish: Binn Fhoibhne meaning "Foibhne's peak") marks the western extent of the Antrim Plateau formed around 60 million years ago by molten lava. The plateau and steep cliffs extend for over 6 miles across the peninsula of Magilligan and dominating the skyline over the villages of Bellarena, Downhill, Castlerock and Benone beach. The area have been classified as both an Area of Special Scientific Interest and as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The Bishops Road, named after the Bishop of Derry, extends across the plateau. Notable features include the Mussenden Temple and a cliff top viewing area on the Bishops Road giving good views over Lough Foyle and County Donegal.
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Binevenagh

Binevenagh (from Irish: Binn Fhoibhne meaning "Foibhne's peak") marks the western extent of the Antrim Plateau formed around 60 million years ago by molten lava. The plateau and steep cliffs extend for over 6 miles across the peninsula of Magilligan and dominating the skyline over the villages of Bellarena, Downhill, Castlerock and Benone beach. The area have been classified as both an Area of Special Scientific Interest and as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Bishops Road, named after the Bishop of Derry, extends across the plateau. Notable features include the Mussenden Temple and a cliff top viewing area on the Bishops Road giving good views over Lough Foyle and County Donegal.

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