Ballyickeen

Ballyickeen is a place with it's own charms that are ready for you to discover.

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It is situated approximately 190 miles from Dublin, the country's capital.

This destination features a smattering of beaches which are worth stopping at. A great idea is to explore Banna Beach, 30 miles to the northeast. If time is on your side, move on to Sandy Bay Beach, 19 miles to the northeast.

If you love the great outdoors, take whatever time you need to discover at least one of the region's nature areas. Mount Brandon is situated 11 miles away from Ballyickeen, while Skellig Experience Centre is situated only 17 miles away.

Many visitors here recommend Slea Head and Dunmore Head.

While you are in the area, you should also go and see Dunbeg Fort and Ventry Beach. They're located in Ventry, roughly 4 miles away from Ballyickeen. Dingle, is another good option. It's situated just 8 miles away from Ballyickeen. Have a look around town and drop into Gallarus Oratory and Dingle Harbour.

The regional hub, Dingle Peninsula, is where all the action is. Traveling from Ballyickeen, head east for 13 miles and visit Riasc Monastic Settlement, Irish Famine Cottages and St. Brendan's House. Greenlane Gallery and Celtic and Prehistoric Museum are also worth your time.

Get a feel for the range of culinary traditions in Kerry by trying out local food and beverages.

Start your gastronomic experience by exploring the wide variety of dishes available, many featuring regional ingredients, mutton and pork.

Eat like the local people do by taste-testing Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) and drisheen (blood sausage).

Finish with sweet seedcake loaf, a dreamy local dessert.

Have a Murphy’s Irish Stout while you're in these parts. It's one of the region's best-loved beverages.

If you want to steer clear of alcohol, Club Orange (similar to Fanta) is a popular local beverage you should try.

When the time comes to leave this city, chances are you'll find yourself making plans to return to this very special destination.

When it's time to hit the tarmac, the Kerry Airport is 40 miles east of Ballyickeen.

Accommodation in Ballyickeen

There are presently no vacancies for Ballyickeen listed on the Expedia travel page. Though, Ventry, located 4 miles away, features a range of accommodations that can be easily booked. The best options in Ventry are the Ard na Mara B&B, Cathair Gheal and Garvey's Farmhouse.


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