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Kingdom of Mourne Tours

Mourneview Road, Newcastle, County Down, BT33 0QS
Kingdom of Mourne Tours

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Not just a walk, but an experience.

At Kingdom of Mourne Tours Pauline is passionate about sharing the history, geology, stories and the fantastic scenery of the ancient Kingdom of Mourne. Join her on a leisurely guided walk in the Mourne area - you don’t have to climb a mountain- but there is plenty of choice if you do want to hike to a summit. Hear about and see the famous Mourne granite, learn about the creation of the Silent Valley (Belfast’s water supply), discover Game of Thrones filming locations and other hidden secrets including a little known connection of Tollymore Forest with HMS Titanic. Or stroll through the picturesque town of Newcastle and hear how it grew from a small fishing village to be the home of one of the worlds best golf courses.

All walks are designed to meet the needs of the individual or group and are suitable for all fitness levels.

Tours are available all year round but routes are weather dependent.
Contact Pauline at kingdomofmournetours@hotmail.com for a bespoke, personalised tour and create your own Giant Experience.

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  • Groups catered for
  • Prior Booking Required

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  • Euros accepted

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Opening Times

* Monday to Sunday 09:00 to 19:00. Year round

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