The Lecale Way section explores the heavily indented shoreline of County Down, a coast rich in history and wildlife. From the start in Strangford, it journeys south for 40 miles through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, along quiet roads, beaches and delightful stretches of coastal path, to finish in the seaside resort of Newcastle.
|Down||31 miles (50 km)||Sheets 21 & 29||Quiet roads, coastal paths and beaches.|
|Start Town / Village||Finish Town / Village||Grid References||Points of Interest|
|Strangford||Newcastle||Starts at J589497|
Ends at J376309
|Strangford, Cloughy Rocks, Kilclief Castle, Ballyhornan, Ardglass, Killough, St John’s Point, Tyrella, Ballykinler, Clough, Dundrum, Newcastle|
Use the map below to visually follow the section route, identified by the red line. The map begins at the route start point. Click and drag to browse further areas along the route. Use the zoom control as required. Useful facilities along the route are denoted by blue pins - click these for further information about that area.