Ballyvourney

Seek out some locals and learn some tips for vacationing in Ballyvourney in Cork.

Accommodation in Ballyvourney

Travelocity's easy-to-use Ballyvourney hotels guide is exactly what you need if you and your family are thinking of heading to the area. You should book early, since there are only a few accommodation options on offer.

Ballyvourney Vacation Packages

Ballyvourney sits 160 miles (257 kilometers) southwest of Dublin, the capital of Ireland.

Are you sports obsessed? If so, you should head 30 miles (48 kilometers) east of Ballyvourney to sit with the locals at Musgrave Park. The Sundays Well RFC and the Dolphin RFC play here. Afterwards, head over to one of the close-by pubs to relive the game's thrilling moments.

A trip to St. Gobnait's Monastic Site is a great idea if you want to experience something else in the area.

A relaxing day trip to Macroom means you'll see some popular attractions, like the Macroom Castle and Warrenscourt Wood.

Just 20 miles (32 kilometers) southwest of Ballyvourney is Glengarriff, a regional center that contains the Glengarriff Golf Club, Bamboo Park and the Ewe Gallery and Sculpture Garden. Also check out the Priest's Leap and Catherine Hammond Gallery to make your visit complete.

Traveling makes you explore a vast range of regional foods and flavors. Immerse yourself in the culinary traditions of Cork and visit a few of the local restaurants.

The region's appreciation for mutton and pork is evident in a number of the local recipes.

Having a taste of the region's specialties can tell you a lot. Two popular dishes here are Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) and drisheen (blood sausage).

Delight your taste buds with a bit of sweet seedcake loaf, a beloved local dessert.

Want to try out a local beer? Indulge in a bottle of Murphy’s Irish Stout.

It's always a good idea to wash down your meal with a non-alcoholic beverage. Club Orange (similar to Fanta) is worth a try for everyone visiting the area.

See Cork transform as you join the locals for Saint Patrick’s Day, a nationwide celebration held every year on the 17th of March.

With a wide range of striking destinations throughout the region, departing Ballyvourney will have you dreaming of your next Cork adventure.

The nearest major airport to Ballyvourney is Kerry Airport, found 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northwest.

Packages in Ballyvourney

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It's possible to get savings of up to $588 if you purchase your package deal here. “*Savings based on all vacation package bookings with Flight + Hotel on Travelocity.com from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016, as compared to price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.”

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