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Local Attractions around The Mournes, Northern Ireland

The Mourne Mountains include the highest peaks in Northern Ireland. Famous for its spectacular Mourne Wall, a 35 km long 1.5 metre high dry-stone wall that crosses 15 summits. Hillwalkers, Rock-Climbers and Cyclists enjoy the network of trails and paths connecting the peaks. Panoramic Views over the town of Newcastle to the (east) and Carlingford Lough (to the south) can be seen from the highest points. In the shadow of Slieve Donard lies the traditional seaside resort of Newcastle. After recent significant investment, bringing a new sea front promenade, delicious cafés & restaurants and a wealth of family fun amusements, Newcastle is once again proud to showcase itself as one of Northern Irelands top holiday destinations.

This 6km sandy beach is backed by impressive sand dunes and offers beautiful views south over the Mourne mountains.

One of Northern Irelands most popular seaside holiday resorts situated at the foot of the Mourne mountains.

The Mourne Mountains attract Hillwalkers, Rock-Climbers and Cyclists who enjoy the network of trails and paths connecting the peaks.

Enjoy a walk alongside the Shimna River, through the picturesque forest of Tollymore situated at the foothills of the Mourne Mountains.

Enjoy a walk through a tropical jungle with hundreds of free flying exotic Butterflies, displaying an aray beautiful colours and designs.

Collections capturing centuries of stories from this historic county. FREE Admission.

Learn about the Universe & Space Programme at Armagh Planetarium.