For a small city, Newry packs in the attractions
Land of the Mourne Mountains, inspiration for Narnia
Come with us, hike the Mournes Mountains or Nordic Walk. Down's beautiful Forest Parks and beaches.
Decorative pottery/porcelain and terracotta limited edition pieces.
So you can canoe? What's next?
Royal County Down was originally laid out in 1889 by ‘Old’ Tom Morris from St. Andrews.
Got a head for heights? Want to see if you do?
Make up time on your corners during your downhill descent!
Get a taste of life afloat
Mourne Markets is an indoor market based in Newcastle showcasing food, drink and craft produces.
The exhibition commences with the establishment of the Newry Police Commissioners in 1828, the ...
Enjoy this unique opportunity to see Van Morrison `up close and personal' at Slieve Donard Hotel.
A date for your diary. James Huish will be appearing in the Kilmorey Arms, 12th March 2016
From high wild mountain passes to curving sandy beaches, Newcastle has them all.
Newcastle Glees Musical Society present an Irish Premiere to the Dolly Parton Musical 9 to 5
Whether your preference is laid back or action packed, join us at our award winning centre in ...
This internationally recognised festival offers walkers, of all levels of fitness, stunning routes.
All aspects of transport in the Newry and Mourne area over the centuries are examined, including ...
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