For a small city, Newry packs in the attractions
Land of the Mourne Mountains, inspiration for Narnia
Aine's Kitchen Cookery School is run by Aine Boyle who is a Chef and a Nutritionist.
Explore the ancient churchyard at Creggan.
This was once a busy corn mill, in operation from the early 1800s and closing in the 1960s.
Stunning range of contemporary ceramic work including clocks, mirrors and vases.
Action packed adventures.
Challenging parkland championship course to test golfers of all abilities.
Kilkeel harbour was first started in the 1850s and a pier was built in 1868 with further ...
East Coast Adventure
Get ready to step back in time to the 1940s with this all-swinging and all-jiving festival!
Enjoy a walk across the border visiting the sacred sites of Faughart graveyard and Kilnasaggart.
Come and immerse yourself in the Irish Language for the day. Bíodh sáite I dteanga arsa Oirialla.
Circular guided walking tour of Mullaghbane, showcasing its hidden heritage.
Hike with local historian and hill-walker to discover the secrets of the infamous famine walls.
Annual Walking Festival, provides a variety of walks through majestic Mourne scenery.
An excellent opportunity to dip your toe into the geology of the Ring of Gullion, (with cake).
Maritime history evening with an insight into the area's worst maritime disaster in 1916
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€299.00 per raft based on a group of up to 7 people.
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