Newry, Co. Down
The cathedral town of the North, Newry attracts a large number of shoppers from both sides of the border.
Newry has lots of historical attractions including Narrow Water Castle built around 1560, a megalithic tomb Goward Dolmen, and Clonygora tomb, Neolithic burial grounds.
The town is also home to a historic house, Number 1 on Trevor Hill, a five bay granite house in a row of handsome Georgian houses.
Newry plays host to a couple of festivals throughout the year, such as a rural community festival and an Ulster Scots festival which covers a number of Ulster Scots traditions.
Newry golf course (0044 28 30 263 871) provides golfing enthusiasts with am 18 hole, fine par three course.
Anglers will enjoy sea angling along the North east coast or trout fishing on Lough Brickland.
Visitors can enjoy beautiful mountain walks in the Slieve Gullion Forest Park (0044 28 33 755 1277) and in Fathom Forest where there are exceptional views over the forest and Carlingford Lough.