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Mourne, Cooley, Gullion Way

Mourne Mountains, Newcastle, County Down, BT33 0NQ
Mourne, Cooley, Gullion Way

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This walk is a set alongside and across the border between the North and South of Ireland. A largely undiscovered area of outstanding natural Beauty.

This route is unique mix of three waymarked routes which have still to be discovered by the tourist. The 6000 year old Sand dunes of Murlough bay and beach walking is a nice lead into this cross border walk.

Follow forest tracks, passing location shoots for Game of Thrones® and skirt through the foothills of the majestic Mountains of Mourne that sweep down to the sea to reach lovely Rostrevor.

The route then makes its way to the beautiful medieval cobble streets of Carlingford village sitting on the shore of Carlingford lough.

An historic mountain pass leads us towards South Armagh and the Ring of Gullion. This area of outstanding natural beauty is without doubt one of the most significant historical areas of Ireland. Evidence of this rich historical tapestry is all around with the concentration of megalithic monuments but is most prevalent when you meet the people themselves.

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  • Euros accepted

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* 1st of March - m€id-October

What's Nearby

  1. Murlough National Nature Reserve is a fragile 6000 year old sand dune system owned by the…

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  2. Set in spectacular surroundings overlooking Dundrum inner Bay these fine Georgian…

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  3. Believed to have been built in or around 1177, Dundrum Castle was built by John De Courcy…

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  3. Sand & pebble beach located on the south down coast.

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  8. Tyrella beach and conservation area is a small, enclosed dune complex within Dundrum Bay.…

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