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1. East Coast Adventure Centre, Rostrevor, Newry

With our mountain centre nestled just outside the village of Rostrevor, our water sports centres on the shores of Carlingford Lough in Warrenpoint, our Mountain Bike Hire and Uplift service located at the Rostrevor MTB Trails in Kilbroney Forest ...
Experience Gullion Tours

2. Experience Gullion Tours, Newry

Come and discover the ancient burial chambers over 5,000 years old, early Christian sites, Lord Mountjoys pursual of the last defender of ancient Ulster, Hugh O’Neill and uncover the legends amid the backdrop of mountain ranges & lakes.
Nautilus Centre and Mourne Maritime Visitor Centre

3. Nautilus Centre, Mourne Maritime Visitor Centre and Tracing your Roots Exhibtion, Kilkeel, Newry

The Nautilus Centre overlooks Kilkeel's busy and picturesque fishing port and houses the Mourne Maritime Visitor Centre, Kilkeel Visitor Information Centre, Tracing Your Mourne Roots Exhibition and the Mourne Seafood Cookery School.
Dublin Mini CoachesBOOK!

4. Dublin Mini Coaches & Chauffeur Drive, Newry

Dublin Mini Coaches & Chauffeur Drive run a private regular Saturday service to and from Belfast via Newry. We also offer a large selection of half day, full day and evening tours from Dublin to various locations across Ireland.
Alexandra Bellinghausen Tour Guide

5. Alexandra Bellinghausen Tour Guide, Newry

Enthusiastic, experienced qualified language tour guide and member of NITGA.
Des Murphy Tour Guide

6. Des Murphy Tour Guide, Camlough, Newry

Historical walking tours of Newry City, Armagh City, Derry City and Belfast City Tours, Causeway Coast tours and any place of interest in the North or South of Ireland. Also political tours of Northern Ireland.
Creggan Parish Church

7. Poets and People of Creggan, Newry

Explore the ancient churchyard at Creggan, where some of Ireland's greatest Gaelic poets are buried. Walk the Walled Garden, the Poet's Glen and follow the Poet's Trail around the Ring of Gullion, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Greencastle Royal Castle

8. Greencastle Royal Castle, Kilkeel, Newry

Commanding the mouth of Carlingford Lough, the Castle has an eventful history. It was built in the 13th century, taken by Edward Bruce in 1316, attacked at least twice by the Irish in the late 14th century and maintained as a garrison up to 1590.
Pisces II: Sea Angling & Sightseeing on Carlingford Lough

9. Pisces II: Sea Angling & Sightseeing on Carlingford Lough, Kilkeel, Newry

Daily trips departing from Greencastle and Carlingford on Pisces II, which is a modern, fully licensed vessel with capacity for twelve passengers.
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