Ireland's National Monument to Saint Patrick in the heart of Saul
Slieve Patrick is a large hill in Lecale donated by the Hampton family for the erection of a National Monument. The statue on the top is the world's largest statue of Saint Patrick.
Carved of Mourne Granite near Kilcoo the statue is unusual as it has a workman's boot on one foot and a sandal on the other to commemorate the quarry men.
From the top of the hill there are excellent views over Strangford Lough. You can also see Saul Church, the Isle of Man, and the Mull of Kintyre on a clear day.
- Car parking
The statue is set in serene parkland. There is an informal footpath to the summit.
Towards the Dromara Hills