Once you find us, you’ll never want to leave
Ballydehob (Béal Átha an Dá Chab) is a charming village on the south west coast of Ireland. Lying about 33km east of Mizen Head, Europe’s most westerly point, it is embraced by rugged hills, rich natural beauty and wildlife, and a fascinating heritage.
The village and its environs have a vibrant and diverse population. It’s a great place to live with a mild climate, easy access to all amenities, and a lively community spirit. Whether you are exploring the possibility of living here, visiting for awhile, or just passing through, we want you to enjoy yourself and discover what we love and appreciate about our surroundings.
Explore our website to find your ideal place to sleep, eat, shop and relax in and around the area. The variety of businesses, bars, good eating places, fun festivals and community events ensures a warm welcome.
Ballydehob – Find Yourself Here
Ballydehob Community Council
Photo: Community Council members with Kitty O’Driscoll – Titanic Remembrance 2011
The Community Council meets in the Old Bank every first Monday of the month to conduct business on behalf of the village. Our primary means of financing comes through our weekly LOTTO draw. The monthly 50/50 DRAW raises funds specifically for the maintenance of the Bank House/ Ballydehob Tourist Office. Tickets available in all participating businesses For €2 and €5 respectively. Results posted weekly on our Facebook page.
ARDURA – Liam Twomey (treasurer)
BALLYCUMMISK – Maura O’Brien (secretary)
BAWNASHANACLOGH – Kitty O’Mahony
BOLEAGH – Arthur Little
CAPPAGHGLASS – Pat Mantel (PRO)
COORAGURTEEN – Kathleen O’Sullivan
DERRYCARHOON – Patrick Murphy (Chairperson)
GORTNAGROUGH – William Swanton (Asst Chair)
RAHEENROE – Billy O’Regan
SHANAVAGH – Eugene McSweeney
SHANAVAGH – Stephen Canty
SKEAGHNORE WEST – Mary Hickey
STOUKE – Nora McSweeney
TOWN – Brendan Launders
TOWN – Tim Cronin