Warrenpoint (Northern Ireland) Reviews
Description:Warrenpoint is a small town in Co Down on the shores of Carlingford Lough that is popular with tourists
Newest Review: ... from many locations within the town. During the summer months there is a small ferry that travels between Warrenpoint and Carlingford which is in the Irish Republic. Today the town is popular with tourists and locals. There is a wide selection of pubs, shops and restaurants. The town is also home to a port which is mainly used for commercial routes and links the town to Scandinavian ... more
Customer Warrenpoint (Northern Ireland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 26/10/09 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Warrenpoint Warrenpoint is a small town about 10 miles outside of Newry. To many locals it's often simply called the point. The town sits in an area of South Down which is famous the world over for its natural beauty. The entrance to Warrenpoint from Newry follows the Newry Canal along what is the only natural fjord in Ireland. Warrenpoint also has the benefit of being sited along the shores of Carlingford Lough giving impressive views from many locations within the town. During the summer months there is a small ferry that travels between Warrenpoint and Carlingford which is in the Irish Republic. Today the town is popular with tourists ... Read the complete review
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