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Ballybunion is a microcosm of all types of Irish Coastline, with Estuary and Mudflat to the south, shingle and sand dunes in the middle, and dramatic rock Cliffs to the north. With this in mind it is a walkers paradise, a book detailing the walks of Ballybunion is available locally.

Ballybunion is rich in history and tradition and a visit to the Heritage Centre and Museum will bring visitor through the Mesolithic, Neolithic, Bronze and Iron ages in the area. The centre also features early Christian settlements in Ballybunion and hosts displays on the world famous Lartigue Monorail and the Marconi Radio Station.

Ballybunion along with the rest of Kerry has plenty to celebrate, local festivals include a River Raft Run, a 3-mile run along the River Feale on your very own purposely built raft in aid of Ballybunion Sea Rescue. The famous Ballybunion International Bachelor Festival, a week long fun filled festival with a program of varied events for both adults and children. The Husband and Wife Golf Competition, a two-day event over the Old and Cashen Courses. A Guided Walking Weekend of beach cliff and hill walking.

Golf Club:
Ballybunion Golf Club welcome in excess of 20,000 visitors per year. It is the second largest employer in North Kerry, boasting two separate and highly challenging links courses. The Old course at 6,593 yards par 71 is much sought
after by the visiting golfer. The Cashen course is a par 72- 6,306 yards and is growing steadily in popularity and visitor numbers, this course is now suitable for caddie cars.

Seaweed Baths:
For almost 100 years the North Kerry Community has been benefiting from our famous seaweed baths on the Ladies Beach. Firstly, the natural goodness of bathing in salt water brings welcome relief to general muscular stiffness, tension, arthritic and rheumatic pain. The bath owners hand pick the seaweed daily from the "Blackrocks". The water provided for your bath is sea-water, pumped straight from the Atlantic Ocean each day. This is heated and ready for you at the turn of a tap.

Tintean Theatre:
The Tinteán Theatre Mission is to operate a purpose built performance venue with contemporary Traditional Irish Dance, Irish Music and literature as its core and tourism as its primary audience market. The Tinteán Theatre is intended to act as a catalyst in the tourism repositioning of Ballybunion as a venue for the Arts and general theatrical entertainment and for The Tinteán to be a major element of the "Arts and Cultural Ring of Kerry".

Cliffs & Beaches:
Two main sandy beaches with some of the cleanest Atlantic ocean-waters separated by the ruins of a castle the now world famous emblem of Ballybunion Golf Club as worn by former US President Bill Clinton. Ballybunion has long held the blue flag accreditation. High Cliffs where it is possible to view Dolphins and do a spot of Bird watching, coastal boat trips, seaweed baths and angling, but most of all champagne air and awesome scenery.

Accommodation & Restaurants:
Ballybunion is home to a number of Hotels, guesthouses, country homes, farmhouses, mobile homes and self-catering facilities. Local bars and restaurants, using the best of local fresh produce serve Irish and International cuisine. Enjoy an Irish "seisiun" or traditional session, which takes place in some of the town's many pubs..

Playgroung & Indoor Swimming Pool:



Ballybunion Golf Holiday Homes, Ballyeigh, Ballybunion, County Kerry, Ireland.