2 Accommodation, 1 Events , 12 Things to do
Bá Na Scealg or Ballinskelligs Beach is ideal for water sports, walking or making sandcastles! The beach has European designated Blue Flag status. The beach is lifeguard patrolled during the bathing season and more.
Rural and remote, Ballinskelligs Pier is a small pier to the southern end of a large beach. The immediate landscape is predominantly low lying farmland with higher ground to the west and east across the bay.
Motorcycle rental and guided tour packages for discerning riders. Ride The Wild Atlantic Way on a new BMW fleet - deposits fully bonded - insurance included. Based at The Brehon - luxury 4 star hotel.
Skellig Pottery is a small gallery and workshop making handmade coastal inspired ceramics. It is run by Julia Clarke who hand builds her unique pieces on the premises before decorating using handmade stamps, stencils and coastal coloured glazes.
An annual non-profit astronomy event, organised by a group of amateur astronomers. This year's event will include sessions for newcomers to astronomy led by CIT Blackrock Observatory.
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