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Embrace your giant spirit

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  1. Outdoor & Leisure
    Visit Mourne is home to striking scenery, unique flora and fauna, and some of the best outdoor activities. If you like the wind in your hair and the sun on your face, we have plenty of fun ways to enjoy being in nature and to appreciate our incredible landscape.
  2. Food & Drink
    Visit Mourne is the heartland of fresh produce. Our rolling pastures sweep down to an abundant coastline. As the home of Northern Ireland’s largest fishing fleet and some of the country’s most experienced farmers, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Come and try the freshest ingredients at Visit Mourne.
  3. Accommodation
    Sleep in towering castles, in quaint cottages, or camp under the stars. Visit Mourne has plenty of places for you to rest your weary head before going on your next giant adventure. This region boasts incredible stays. Holiday in one of our internationally recognised hotels or stay at one of our acclaimed B&Bs. Be prepared for scenic views, comfortable beds, and service and hospitality you’ll never forget.
  4. What's On
    There’s very rarely a dull moment in Visit Mourne. Its calendar is so packed full of family fun, fabulous festivals and vivacious events that you’ll never be stuck when it comes to celebrating life. There’s a whole host of annual events to choose from, all year round. There are festivals for families and festivals for friends, through Visit Mourne’s tracks, trails and windy bends.
  5. Things to Do
    No matter how long your visit, there’s so much to see and do in Visit Mourne. Discover the land where the Mourne Mountains slope down to the sea. There is something for everyone at Visit Mourne. With three areas of outstanding natural beauty, winding trails for walking and hiking, and a variety of waterways, pack some warm clothes and get ready for an adventure.
  6. Click Here to Book Castlewellan Caravan Park. One of Northern Ireland's most famous lakes, a stunning Victorian Castle, incredible panoramic views, scenic walking trails, 27km of Mountain Bike Trails, Nature Play perfect for the kids, an onsite multi-activity centre, hedge maze and equestrian centre, Castlewellan Forest Park boasts all of this and more making it a must-visit for all ages.
    1. A family looking at the view of the Mourne Mountains from Strangford Stone in Delamont Country Park, Killyleagh
      Old Meets New at Delamont Country Park Situated on the shores of Strangford Lough, just outside Killyleagh, Delamont Country Park is full of surprises. The park is the home of the Strangford Stone, which at ten metres high is the tallest monolith in Ireland. For kids, there’s the Outdoor Adventure Playground, while the whole family will love the Steamers Cafe and Miniature Railway.
    2. Mother and child walking up the main path towards the cafe and play park in Kilbroney Park, Rostrevor
      On northern shore of Carlingford Lough, a wonderful escape for all the family no matter their different ages and stages. The offering on just this one site makes it something of a unique family destination and its location close to both Belfast and Dublin means it’s really easy to get to.
    3. Slieve Gullion is Ireland's Mountain of Mystery. The Forest Park offers walking trails, a scenic drive, an Adventure Playpark, Giant's Lair children's story trail and Courtyard with coffee shop.
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      2. Couple walking in the grounds of Montalto Estate in Ballynahinch, County Down.
        With everything close by, Visit Mourne is plentiful in quaint towns, incredible scenery, ancient forests, and stately homes. Explore the vastness of our landscapes and receive a giant welcome from all you encounter here.
      3. Aerial view of Killeavy Castle estate
        We love to welcome visitors and, with plenty of options and places to stay, Visit Mourne has bargains galore. Let us share them with you and help you find a great offer on your dream visit.
      4. Visitor reading informational signage about Slieve Gullion
        As an aspiring UNESCO Global Geopark, Visit Mourne has breathtaking backdrops and unique natural spaces. With three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty to explore, you’ll be spoilt for choice and will have plenty of opportunities to delve into the fascinating geological heritage of the area.
      Let us inspire you with our suggested itineraries

      Make your day

      1. Family Breaks
        Whoever it was that put this place together had children in mind - just look at it. The Mountains of Mourne are like something straight out of a children’s novel. Indeed, they inspired a certain C.S. Lewis to take to his desk and weave his magic in Narnia.
      2. Wellness Weekends
        The famous singer, Van Morrison, once said that in life “there’s always got to be a struggle”. We’re big fans of the great man in these parts, but we like to think you can give your soul a wee rest from time to time.
      3. Walking Holidays
        There are few places on the island better suited to the walker than Visit Mourne. With almost one hundred different mountain peaks, a feast of forest trails and a seemingly endless choice of river, lake and seaside strolls, you’ll need a good strong pair of shoes to tackle everything this place has to offer.
      4. Image of people playing golf at Montalto Estate, Ballynahinch, County Down
        Many of the world’s finest fairways and truest greens are right here under the watchful eye of the Mourne Mountains. They feature some of the most spectacular and scenic golfing challenges in the world and it is not hard to see how some of these courses have inspired the golfing giants of Northern Ireland.
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