Ballydehob

Set in an idyllic rural scene and snuggled in the embrace of the sheltering Mount Gabriel, Ballydehob derives its name from the Irish ‘Béal Atha Dá Chab’, or mouth of the two rivers. The Modern Ballydehob, a place of beauty and peace, was founded in 1600s, and in times gone by, was a thriving mining town.

This small village boasts a dozen pubs and eateries, and some shops.

WHERE TO GO

Schull Harbour

The safe and surprisingly sheltered harbour, open only to gales from the south, is home to many waterborne... 

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WHAT TO DO

Fastnet Marine & Outdoor Education Centre

The Fastnet Marine & Outdoor Education Centre is located on the Mizen Peninsula in Schull Harbour in the... 

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WHAT’S HAPPENING

March 2020 Newsletter

Schull Newsletter Issue 62 March 2020 Published by Schull & District Community Council Welcome to the March edition... 

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WHERE TO SHOP

Schull Country Market

Visit Schull Country Market to choose from a unique selection of locally-produced foods and crafts, all being presented... 

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