Expect to have an extraordinary time while visiting the Tollymore Forest Park in Ireland. The first ever state forest park in the northern part of the country, Tollymore Forest Park was founded in 1955. It can be found at the Bryansford, a stone’s throw from the Newcastle. The park is expansive at 1,600 acres or 630 hectares.
Nestled on the foot of the Mourne Mountains, it has exquisite views of the mountains and the nearby Newcastle Sea. Here is also where you’ll find the Shimna River, which has about 16 bridges. One of its earliest bridges dates back to 1726.
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