Ballydavid

"Welcome" to Ballydavid. It's located in Southwest Ireland, a great area if you're longing for a special place to refresh your heart and soul. This region is home to the delightful beaches, coastal plains, forests and rivers.

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Ballydavid is located about 190 miles southwest of Dublin, the nation's capital city.

Learn a little about the religious aspects of the area by heading to the Kilmalkedar Church.

Don't miss experiencing St. Brendan's House.

If your group heads 4 miles out of Ballydavid, you will arrive at Ballyferriter. A trip here will allow you to check out the Dingle Golf Links and Riasc Monastic Settlement. You should also visit Gallarus Oratory and Slea Head in Dingle. This nice spot is about 5 miles away from Ballydavid.

For easy access to Irish Famine Cottages, Celtic and Prehistoric Museum and Eask Tower, you need to head south from Ballydavid for 6 miles to Ventry. Don't hit the road without having also stopped by Art in Stone Antonio Fazio and Fahan BeeHive Huts.

One of the nicest ways to experience this region's great outdoors is to go mountain biking or mountain climbing.

We all need to relax and de-stress from time to time. This area is the perfect place to do just that. Be sure to try either bird watching or camping.

Learn all about the culture of Southwest Ireland by getting involved in one of the local tours, including guided nature walks and city walking tours.

If you're after an escape from the hustle and bustle, why not take advantage of the water activities in the region? Canoeing and sailing are both popular here.

Indulge your senses in the region's many cafés, restaurants and bars. Be sure to rub shoulders with the locals and sink your teeth into some customary meals.

Travelers may notice mutton and pork, two characteristic ingredients in the district.

Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) and drisheen (blood sausage) are popular dishes for travelers and local diners alike.

Finish with a bang with sweet seedcake loaf, perfect for those with a sweet tooth.

Relax and try Murphy’s Irish Stout, a much-loved beer among locals.

If you're seeking a popular non-alcoholic beverage, be sure to try Club Orange (similar to Fanta).

When the time comes to leave Ballydavid, you might find yourself promising to head back to this amazing vacation spot.

When you're ready to leave, it's good to remember that the closest airport is located 35 miles to the east.

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At this point, Ballydavid doesn't offer a wide range of hotels and other accommodation options featuring on our Ballydavid hotels page, so be sure to reserve a room if you want a nice place to stay.

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