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Warrenpoint Beach

Newry Visitor Information Centre, Bagenal's Castle, Newry, Down, BT34 2BY
Warrenpoint Beach

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Warrenpoint Beach is located alongside the Mourne Mountains on the shores of Carlingford Lough, in County Down. A gently sloping shingle beach with well developed facilities that include shopping and a promenade popular with all types of walkers.

Warrenpoint Beach was the birth place of a local activity provider and the area is known locally as “Warrenpoint Baths”. From here groups can enjoy a whole host of adventure on Carlingford Lough, from Kayaking, Banana Boating, Jet Skiing, Pier Jumping and canoeing to name just a few. The baths are also equipped with changing rooms, showers, stores and private patio area, not to mention the large salt water swimming pool, one of the last remaining in Northern Ireland.

Facilities: Car Parking, Promenade (suitable for all abilities), Child Friendly Areas, Dogs Allowed, Toilets, Visitor Information Point in Town Hall, water sports available upon request.

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* Open all year round - beautiful in all seasons.

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