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Kilkeel, County Down

Greencastle Street, Kilkeel, NEWRY, County Down, BT34 4BH
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Kilkeel is situated in the heart of the Kingdom of Mourne. It is renowned for its thriving fishing industry, which can be experienced through a visit down to the harbour. It is home to one of the largest and best equipped fishing fleets in Ireland, with fresh fish available all year round.

The Nautilus Centre and Mourne Maritime Visitor Centre provide visitors with the opportunity to learn about the local fishing and maritime heritage, see how nets and boats are mended and also sample some of the local catch, which is mainly king prawns.

Facilities

Accessibility

  • Designated parking provided for guests with disabilities
  • Toilets for disabled visitors

Establishment Features

  • Accommodation nearby

Leisure Facilities

  • Outdoor activities

Parking & Transport

  • Car parking

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

Provider Preferences

  • Coastal

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Tel 033 0137 4046

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What's Nearby

  1. Provides a first class service for visitors to Northern Ireland and for local residents.

    0.43 miles away
  2. The Nautilus Centre overlooks Kilkeel's busy and picturesque fishing port and houses the…

    0.5 miles away
  3. Cranfield West offers a gently sloping, mainly sandy beach located at the entrance to…

    3.35 miles away
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    3.85 miles away
  2. The Silent Valley Reservoir was built to gather water from the Mourne Mountains and is…

    4.17 miles away
  3. Annalong Cornmill has been beatifully restored and is situated by the pretty Annalong…

    5.59 miles away
  4. This beautiful area has superb views and good walking routes over Carlingford Lough.…

    7.6 miles away
  5. Kilbroney Park features riverside walks and an arboretum. There is a two-mile forest…

    7.75 miles away
  6. 'Cill Bhronaigh', or Bronagh’s Church (12th century), is located in the graveyard just…

    7.86 miles away
  7. Spelga Dam Reservoir sits in the heart of the Mourne Mountains, located approximately 10…

    8.39 miles away
  8. The Electric Brae is a hill at which Newton's discovery, the law of gravity, is defied…

    8.39 miles away
  9. "Where the Mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea" (Percy French)

    The popular song…

    8.79 miles away
  10. Our play farm offers a huge indoor soft play area with four dragon slides and a massive…

    9.8 miles away
  11. Warrenpoint Beach is located alongside the Mourne Mountains on the shores of Carlingford…

    10.04 miles away
  12. Situated on the "Winding Road to Clanawillan" (Trassey Road), Meelmore Lodge is the best…

    10.37 miles away
  13. Newcastle is a small drying harbour with fixed fore/aft moorings and consists of two…

    10.82 miles away
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