Ballyferriter

  1. Louis Mulcahy Pottery

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    Louis Mulcahy has been potting for over forty years. His workshop and its sister companies in weaving and lampshade decoration have grown from his and his wife Lisbeth’s original two-man operation to employ over thirty people. Read more

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  2. Louis Mulcahy Pottery

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    Louis Mulcahy designs and makes the very best Irish craft pottery in exquisite fine porcelain and robust stoneware in his studio in Clogher, County Kerry. Visitors are invited for tours, to experience the cafe, and enjoy the retail store. Read more

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  3. Oidhreacht Chorca Dhuibhne

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    Courses are run throughout the year for adult learners of all standards, from absolute beginners to people who have a good standard of Irish or who are fluent. Read more

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  4. Faoilean Pottery

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    Located in Balliferriter West, County Kerry Faoilean Pottery offers the chance to paint and design your own pottery. Read more

  5. Ferriter's Castle

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    3km north west of Ballyferriter Village are the remains of this castle, the birthplace of the soldier poet Pierce Ferriter, who was one of the last Irish chiefs to hold out against Cromwell's army in the 17th century. Read more

  6. Ursula Tramski Ceramics

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    Ursula Tramski Ceramics is only 500m from the scenic Slea Head drive, 11km west of Dingle town.
    The studio, gallery and kiln site is on the 'original kerry' craft trail Read more

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  7. Ferriter's Cove

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

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    Ferriters Cove is situated in the Dingle Peninsula. It is a place apart, where the every day language of Irish prospers alongside other European languages. A place where you can relax and savour the activity of your choice, or take in the scenery, the flora and fauna, the arts and crafts, the culture, the music, the archaeology, the wine and food, the busy harbours and the wayside pubs. The choice is yours. Read more

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  8. Dún An Óir

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    Dún an Óir, or the Fort of Gold, can be found on a rock promontory in County Kerry, not far from Ballyferriter Village. It is the location of an infamous massacre of Irish, Spanish and Italian soldiers during the Second Desmond Rebellion. Read more

  9. Riasc Monastic Settlement

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    About 2km east of Ballyferriter in County Kerry, people can encounter the ruins of the ancient Riasc Monastic Settlement, including the fascinating Riasc Stone. Read more

  10. Ceann Sibeal Sybil Head Tower

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    The Tower was built just before 1880 as a consequence of fear of an imminent Napoleonic invasion of England, using Ireland as a back door. It was 40 feet high and 30 feet square. Read more

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