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Saint Patrick's Camino Newcastle

The Saint Patrick Centre, 53a Market Street, Downpatrick, County Down, BT30 6LZ
Walking Saint Patrick's Camino, Newcastle

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Saint Patrick's Camino, Newcastle.  Take a scenic coach journey to Trassey Car Park in the shadow of Meelmore Mountain and walk Saint Patrick's Camino through Tollymore Forest Park. Cross the Shimna River and onward to Newcastle for a well- deserved ice cream by the sea in the afternoon.

Arrive at 11.15am on Sundays for complementary refreshments at the Harbour House Inn in Newcastle and meet your experienced Guide who will talk about Saint Patrick's story, his connection to Slieve Donard and the history of the local landscape.

Half Day, 8 miles including guide, lunch & transfer.

We suggest moderate fitness level. Rainproof gear, sunscreen, small backpacks recommended. Stout footwear essential.

Booking essential, running on selected dates.

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Season (4 May 2024 - 10 Aug 2024)
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Monday - SaturdayClosed
Sunday11:00 - 15:00

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The Saint Patrick Centre, DownpatrickThe Saint Patrick Centre is the only permanent exhibition in the World about Ireland’s Patron Saint. The History of Ireland starts here in Patrick’s words, which guide you through our amazing multimedia exhibition. Located 2 Hours north of Dublin and 35 minutes south of Belfast beside Saint…

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