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Things to do in Strangford

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Ranked #1 of 4 attractions in Strangford
Category: Sports Complexes; Adventures
Owner description: Based on the shores of Strangford Lough; just 45 minutes from Belfast. Come to Clearsky Adventure Centre for a wide range of... more » Owner description: Based on the shores of Strangford Lough; just 45 minutes from Belfast. Come to Clearsky Adventure Centre for a wide range of activities on offer to everyone – from the young to the young at heart. Adventure days and courses for individuals to large groups. Canoeing, Laser Clay Pigeon Shooting, Kayaking, Sea Kayaking, Abseiling, Rock Climbing, Coasteering, Raft Build and Racing, Archery, Crate Stacking and more. Experience Clearsky &€“ inspiration, fun and enjoyment for everyone. « less
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Ranked #2 of 4 attractions in Strangford
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Bodies of Water; Outdoors
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Ranked #3 of 4 attractions in Strangford
Owner description: Located at the mouth of Strangford Lough on the Lecale side is a former NATO Radar Station lost in the wilderness. The walk... more » Owner description: Located at the mouth of Strangford Lough on the Lecale side is a former NATO Radar Station lost in the wilderness. The walk includes the secluded Killard bay with its cliff faces with nesting birds. Views from here extend to the Isle of Man which is only as far away as Belfast. As it is a headland the main access points is at Mill Quarter with the second at Ballyhornan both on the Ballyhornan Scenic Loop just off the A2 road. Parking is available at both locations. « less
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Ranked #4 of 4 attractions in Strangford
Owner description: Discovered only in 1946 and excavated six years later this site yielded the largest amount of finds some of which are in the... more » Owner description: Discovered only in 1946 and excavated six years later this site yielded the largest amount of finds some of which are in the Ulster Museum. A dual court tomb, which are found only in the northern half of Ireland, it is located on the shores of Strangford Lough. It is signposted from the Strangford Road and parking is available. The site is located across a few fields and sensible shoes are advisable. « less
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