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Sunset Paddle and Pizza

52A Ballyorran Road, Killinchy, County Down, BT23 6UD
Group of 5 adults on paddle boards on Strangford Lough.


Sunset Paddle & Pizza on Strangford Lough

An evening with a difference.

There is nothing more magical than being on your Paddleboard and watching the sun setting into a beautiful purple sky as the glow reflects off the water!

Join Joe at the shoreside and glide onto the still calm waters of Strangford Lough where you’ll connect with nature in a different way.

Make it as energetic or as relaxing as you like and, you’ll discover a totally different experience as you paddleboard at dusk on the calm, still water of Strangford Lough in this area of outstanding natural beauty and a Marine Nature Reserve.

You’ll have worked up an appetite by now and Tracey will welcome you to her home where you’ll tuck into mouth watering Pizzas made in their stone baked Pizza Oven in the Garden. 

Experience duration: 3 hours 




Establishment Features

  • Equipment/clothing available for hire
  • Experience level - advanced
  • Experience level - beginner
  • Family Fun
  • Fully qualified instructors
  • Groups accepted
  • Groups catered for
  • Prior Booking Required

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  • Car parking

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Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Sunset Paddle and Pizza£55.00 per ticket

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