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Self Catering Holiday Homes in Ballydehob, Co. Cork

Ballydehob is a vibrant coastal village in the southwest of County Cork. This colourful village is situated 15km from Skibbereen and 90km southwest of Cork city in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Park by the waterside and take time to explore the waterside and character of this village.

The village wholefood/health shop, petrol station and a number of traditional pubs and restaurants. and a. There is a children’s playground, tennis and basketball courts located in the village along with a selectin of amenities. Ballydehob is also home to many artists and craft shops.

From Ballydehob you can enjoy the many walking trails and cycling routes which provide stunning views of offshore islands and Fastnet Rock Lighthouse. Fastnet Trails is a system of long and short nature walks set up by the Fastnet Trails Group in conjunction with Aughadown, Ballydehob and Schull Community Councils. This package of scenic walks for families and enthusiasts lies close to the coast of Roaring Water Bay and covers a total distance of 80km.

Visit the monument dedicated to the famous world wrestling champion Danno O’Mahony who is well known for having wrestled in Madison Square Garden in the 1930’s.

Every spring a traditional music festival is held in the village, a feast of traditional Irish music and dance, featuring famous musicians from near and far.

Mizen Head and Surrounding Area

Ballydehob is the gateway to Mizen Head Peninsula in West Cork. Explore the Wildflowers of Mizen, West Cork’s only Wildflower Trail Network. Grab a brochure at the Old Bank House Tourist Centre and start planning your wildflower walk today.

Mizen Peninsula is Ireland’s most south-westerly point and is renowned for its rugged landscape and ancient heritage. A tour of the Mizen Ring gives you the chance to immerse yourself in the various strands that make the Mizen unique – from geology, flora, birds and fauna to the influence of man and his history on the landscape.

Not far from Ballydehob are the colourful villages of Schull, Crookhaven and Baltimore and the vibrant towns of Skibbereen and Bantry. This quiet and peaceful setting is a real treat for tourists looking for a unique holiday experience in beautiful West Cork.

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