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  • Carlingford Scenic Ferry

    The Carlingford Scenic Ferry links the historic and mythical Irelands Ancient East, from the Cooley Mountains to the Gateway of Northern Ireland, to the majestic Kingdom of Mourne.

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  • Cranfield Beach

    Cranfield Beach is set in an idyllic location at the mouth of Carlingford Lough, with the picturesque Mourne Mountains as a back.

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  • Greencastle

    On the right hand side of the Greencastle Pier Road located on high ground overlooking Carlingford Bay, you will see Greencastle Castle which dates back to the 13th Century.

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  • Silent Valley

    The Silent Valley is situated in the high Mournes.

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  • Kilkeel

    The capital of the Kingdom of Mourne is home to the largest fishing fleet in Ireland.

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  • Newcastle

    At the foot of the Donard, Irelands highest mountain, Newcastle has been a popular seaside destination for many years.

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  • Kilbroney Forest Park

    The parkland sweeps down to the shore of Carlingford Lough with Slieve Martins shadow behind.

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  • Castlewellan Forest Park

    For the young and the young at heart there is plenty to to enjoy in Castlewellan Forest.

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  • Tollymore Forest Park

    Situated at the foot of the Mournes this 500 hectre park offers panoramic views of the surrounding area along with wonderful scenic viewpoints within the woodland and rivers.

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  • Rostrevor

    Rostrevor is situated in the foothills of the Mourne Mountains overlooking Carlingford Lough and is famous for its mildness of climate.

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