Packages in Ballylongford
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Ballylongford Vacation Packages
Ballylongford Vacation Packages
The national capital, Dublin, is situated 140 miles to the northeast of Ballylongford.
If you're visiting for a day, it's worthwhile you see Lislaughtin Franciscan Friary and Carrigafoyle Castle.
St Brendan's Church and Tarbert House, located in Tarbert, are great spots to spend some time. This area is around 5 miles out of Ballylongford. For those who can't get enough of this area, head to Listowel, where you can check out the Listowel Golf Club and Garden of Europe, 8 miles from Ballylongford.
When it's time to spread your wings, take a trip to a nearby hotspot. Tralee is merely 20 miles away and features visitor attractions, such as Aqua Dome, the Tralee Golf Club and St. John's Parish. Banna Beach and Ardfert Cathedral are also good places to spend an afternoon.
A fun-filled way to experience this region's wilder areas is to go mountain biking or mountain climbing.
No time spent away is really complete without some down time. Bird watching is one way to unwind in this area and camping is another.
Regional tours are a good way to delve into the places the locals love. Don't hesitate, book one of the recommended activities on offer, including guided nature walks and city walking tours.
If you are a watersports buff, you'll thoroughly enjoy yourself in this region. Canoeing and sailing are a couple of sports you certainly should indulge in.
Prepare your tastebuds to go on an adventure through the rich cuisine traditions of the region.
Mutton and pork are a pair of recognized ingredients in the area.
Every place has its own flavor, so, here it's worth tasting Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) or drisheen (blood sausage).
All visitors should get the opportunity to sample sweet seedcake loaf, a locally-renowned, delightful delicacy.
Adventure doesn't solely come in the form of travel, you can discover new things through a different means! While staying in the area, relish in the alcoholic drinks on offer by enjoying a glass or two of Murphy’s Irish Stout.
If alcohol's not for you, Club Orange (similar to Fanta) is the popular local beverage you've got to try.
Saying your goodbyes are always hard, but when you're departing a vacation spot as breathtaking as this, they are even more difficult to bear. Know that your wonderful memories and experiences will remain in your heart for the rest of your life.
When it's time to hit the tarmac, the Shannon Airport is 25 miles northeast of Ballylongford.
Accommodation in Ballylongford
Expedia's up-to-date travel guide currently lists no vacancies in Ballylongford, however, there are accommodation options within driving distance. The Knights Haven B&B in Tarbert, for example, is located just 2 miles away.