For a small city, Newry packs in the attractions
Land of the Mourne Mountains, inspiration for Narnia
This Heritage Centre overlooks the busy and picturesque fishing port of Kilkeel.
East Coast Adventure
Action packed adventures.
Known locally as Pat Kearney's big stone Goward Dolmen is located in the townland of Goward west ...
The graveyard contains the late 8th century Saint Bronagh’s Cross, and a 15th century building.
South of the County Armagh village of Jonesborough lie the ruins of Moyry Castle.
This 18 hole par 67 course is located in idyllic scenery with spectacular panoramic views.
East Coast Adventure Summer Day Camp
Hike with local historian and hill-walker to discover the secrets of the infamous famine walls.
Come along and indulge in a week of musical and artistic enjoyment for the whole family
Pride In Newry Parade
Maritime history evening with an insight into the area's worst maritime disaster in 1916
Come and immerse yourself in the Irish Language for the day. Bíodh sáite I dteanga arsa Oirialla.
When you go down to the woods today, could you be in for a magical musical treat?
Annual Walking Festival, provides a variety of walks through majestic Mourne scenery.
The 12th Irish International Currach Championships.
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