A fresh and exciting city surrounded by natural beauty and the distinguished title of Gateway to the North
Make the most of this breathtaking city and venture into the great outdoors
Angling enthusiasts will adore the River Whitewater and its takeable fish.
A real gem, Cloverhill is an 18-hole course that enjoys breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.
Smell the leather, strap on your helmet and go for a canter with the Oakwood Riding School.
Budding boy racers should take a spin around Formula Karting for high octane sport in a controlled environment.
Taking you from the Bann Bridge in Portadown to the Town Hall of Newry, the route follows the towpath of this canal, which has been in operation for some 200 years.
Take a dip at Cranfield West – a glorious Blue Flag Beach located at the entrance to Carlingford Lough.
Sit back, relax and let the kids get wet and wild
Jet-skiing, mountain biking and adventure games for older teenagers, with a thrills and spills adventure playground to keep the younger children happy!
Culture & Festivals
Let your feet tap to the beat at a great music festival and enjoy a cultural voyage at a city arts centre
Attracting singers from around the world to the small town of Rostrevor, the highlight of the lively Fiddler’s Green Folk Festival is the biggest crossroads céilí in the world. Get your dancing shoes on…
See the masters of the trade in action at this amazing textile workshop.
Opened at The Quays Shopping Mall, Kinkade is internationally known as the Painter of Light and the most highly collectable living artist in the world.
Eating, Drinking & Luxury
Cosy up in an atmospheric pub or relax in the lap of luxury
Listed in the Taste of Ulster Guide, this place is packed with character and characters, and has a deserved reputation for serving up great food.
An award winning hotel in the centre of this buzzing city that leaves no stone unturned when it comes to luxury and state-of-the-art facilities.
Immerse yourself in designer gear from elegant threads to bespoke ceramics
Enhance your home with an exquisite design from Maura Smyth.
An institution in the city, this colourful variety market has operated for more than 100 years every Thursday and Saturday.
Integrating a unique blend of leisure and shopping, The Quays and Buttercrane have absolutely fabulous department stores, plus plenty of boutique shopping to keep you happy!
Step back in time at an ancient castle and get to know more about the father of three literary giants
Built around 1830, this historic mill is powered by a waterwheel and overlooks the harbour.
A 16th century castle adjoining a 19th century warehouse, this building has been tastefully restored to house the local Tourist Information Centre.
The inspiring heritage of the Brontë sisters is clear for all to see when you take a trip onto the farmland where their father, Patrick, was born and raised.
Steeped in mountain magic and myth, Newry city rises up to the Ring of Gullon – a natural geological formation known as the ring dyke.
Refresh the body, spirit and soul with this fine forest walk offering superb views over Carlingford Lough.
An intricate building of historical significance, the first foundation stone was laid in 1825.
A fabulous interactive centre encouraging visitors to experience and participate in the rich cultural heritage of the region.