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Magic just waiting to be discovered

Whether you are staying in the area or taking a day trip, the Scenic Carlingford Ferry is a new and fun way to travel further and enjoy more.

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For all the family

Now everyone can get out on the Lough and make every part of the journey a fun one, as you roll onto the Ferry, swoosh through the water, get mesmerised by the stunning scenery, feel fresh air on your face and get dizzy with anticipation.

The Journey is the Reward

Sailing between Greencastle at the foot of the Mournes and Greenore beneath the Cooley Mountains, the Scenic Carlingford Ferry makes the journey part of your fun and is Ireland’s newest must-do visitor attraction. Travelling the 1 mile by Ferry, saves you over 30 miles and over an hour on the road and you will be spoilt for choice of places to visit, either side of the Lough and beyond.

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Fun on the Cooley Peninsula

The Greenore side of the Lough also provides lots of fun with Celtic myths and legends abound. It’s a short drive to Carlingford to explore the Leprechaun & Underground Fairy Cavern or rome the 3D Maze and zipline through the air in Carlingford Adventure Centre. All ages can also have fun trying their hand at frisbee golf, archery, zip wire, high ropes and trampoline netball at Skypark.

tayto park

Travel further South to a selection of petting farms in the beautiful Boyne Valley or high octane energy at the Funtasia Water Park in Drogheda and Tayto Theme Park in County Meath.

dublin zoo animals

Just 90 minutes south from Carlingford you can be in Dublin enjoying The Ark, a dedicated cultural centre for children or visiting Dublin Zoo for a fun-filled, stimulating day out for all the family.

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Let the Scenic Carlingford Ferry Open New Roads To You
Whilst down on a press-shoot for the Scenic Carlingford Ferry and with summer in full blast, albeit and rather strangely, in late May, it seemed like a prime opportunity to throw a couple of bikes in the the back of the trusty work transit and see if I could find a couple of hours to explore some new roads in and around Carlingford and Co Louth on two wheels.