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The Mourne Mountains

The Mourne Mountains are without doubt the highest and most dramatic mountain range in the country. The Mournes attract Hillwalkers, Rock-Climbers and Cyclists who enjoy the network of trails and paths connecting the peaks, providing amazing opportunities for exploration. Panoramic Views over the town of Newcastle to the (east) and Carlingford Lough (to the south) can be seen from the highest points. The Mourne Wall, taking 18 years to complete is now a famous landmark connecting the summits of 15 mountains.

The Mourne Mountains are FREE to Explore.

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Campsites Nearby

Bonnys Caravan Park

7 miles / 4.3 km

With direct access to the Mountains of Mourne and stunning views over Dundrum Bay, Bonny's Caravan Park has been providing families and outdoor enthusiasts with happy memories since 1948. Leave your tent at home and go Glamping at Bonny's, in their new modern, family sized camping pod. Alternatively choose to enjoy all the luxuries of home by staying at Bonny's Cottage. Read More.

 

Kilbroney Caravan Park

15.5 miles / 9.6 km

Kilbroney Caravan Park lies at the foot of Slieve Martin on the coast of Carlingford Lough at the village edge of Rostrevor. Surrounded by 97 acres of beautiful forest and parkland there is certainly no shortage of things to do. Read More.

Local Attractions

Tollymore Forest Park

3.4 miles / 5.47 km

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

 

Newcastle

5.2 miles / 8.37 km

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

 

Murlough Beach

5.9 miles / 9.5 km

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