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Wild and Free Savour the Sea's

Anthonys Road, Ballymartin, Kilkeel, Newry, County Down, BT34 4PN
The Gourmet Boys enjoy A Day out at The Beach

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Tide to Table Taste Tour
Wild and Free Savour the Seas
Journey from Silk Island to Hole Port
Forage for a Profile of Seaweeds
Gather a relaxing Seaweed Bath
Listen to the endearing call of the curlews as they soar and dive
Wild Sea Swim or dip those feet in the brinny waters at Crawfords Rock
Enjoy a coastal flavours extravangaza
Oysters
Crab Toes
Mussles
Salads and locally baked bread
Try a Traditional SeaMoss Pudding
Relax and chat a while
We are fully JAM Trained
We ask that you Leave No Trace
Nothing behind but footprints in the sand

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  • Accommodation nearby

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£55.00 per ticket
Concession£45.00 per ticket

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Meeting Point Kilmorey Arms, Kilkeel County Down

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Kilkeel Bus Stop www.translink.co.uk

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