A tour of the beautiful Cooley Peninsula including Medieval Carlingford.
Local legend says that anyone who throws a pebble on its capstone will be granted a wish if it stays there by this 4,000 year old monument.
The smallest village in Ireland, nearby is Ballymascanlon House Hotel former home of the Plunkett family and now a beautiful 4 star hotel and golf club.
This village was purpose built for railway workers in 1873 and boasts great views of the Mourne Mountains. It now has a great little railway museum in the local shop/cafe.
Carlingford (Guided Walk)
Magnificent medieval village full of history and is truly in a world of its own.
Pretty little village close to the border with County Down with great photo opportunities across Carlingford Lough.
Long Womans Grave
Discover the story of “The Cairn of Cauthleen” and experience the landscape of the “Windy Gap”.
Hill of Faughart (Guided Walk)
The graveyard at the Hill of Faughart dates back to the 12th century, Edward Bruce who was killed at the Battle of Faughart in 1318 is buried here.
St Brigids Shrine
A place of pilgrim for centuries for devotees of Faughart born St Brigid.
AVAILABLE ON MONDAY
Tour €45, Guides €10: Total €55