Strangford Lough has undeniable charm
This spectacular region is the largest inlet in the British Isles, covering 150 km2. The main body of the lough has at least seventy islands. It is a conservation area and its abundant wildlife is recognised internationally. Strangford Lough was designated as Northern Ireland’s first Marine Conservation Zone.
Strangford Lough is a place of natural beauty, with lots of opportunities to be active, – sailing, kayaking, bird watching, fishing,hiking, diving and much more. There are a number of companies based in the local area encouraging visitors to explore the area including: Clearsky Adventure Centre – kayaking, canoeing and DV diving.
Canoe, Horseback or cycle at the 18km track at Castleward National Trust (Home to the Game of Thrones Winterfell location).