MusselsPot_Deep into the Mournes Tour

Come and learn more about the mountains, the food, the craic:

We pick you up in Belfast and take you through St Patrick’s country into the Mournes where you will meet local Producers, hear their story and enjoy award winning food and drink.

What you can expect:

We will harvest oysters on Coney Island, and enjoy a feast of shellfish washed down with local porter or white wine.

We will meet Andrew the Cider Producer, hear his story, and taste his three award winning ciders with matching dishes to compliment the ciders.

On this tour different foodie “experiences” are available – all within the Mourne mountains area.

We will drop you back in Belfast at the end of the tour.

Duration: 10 – 4.30 / 5pm

Cost: £65

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When you book 4 people onto this tour and a 10% reduction on each person.

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Deep into the Mournes Food Tour

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  • “The food tour of South Down was fabulous, beginning a with warm welcome at Tracy’s home on a beautiful sunny spring morning. A chance to make your own bread for breakfast before exploring the stunning scenery of Strangford Lough and the Mournes. Passing great food producers along the way at Finnebrogue and Pheasant Hill Farm we made it to Kilmegan to hear how a local fisherman turned apples from his father’s farm into a cider now enjoyed in Fortnum&Mason by London’s elite. A great story from an even greater storyteller. Spoilt with a choice of top class restaurants on the way back we finished up at the Poacher’s Pocket where we enjoyed world class local produce cooked by a world class local chef.

    A great day out in beautiful countryside with great people, great food and great stories – Northern Ireland at its very best!”

    John McGrillen – Chief Executive – Tourism Northern Ireland