Hard to get to – Impossible to leave
Ballydehob (Béal Átha an Dá Chab) is a charming village on the south west coast of Ireland, lying about 20 miles east of Mizen Head, Ireland’s most westerly point. It is embraced by colourful hills and abundant in natural beauty; the perfect place from which to explore West Cork.
The village and its environs has a vibrant and diverse population with a variety of bars, good eating places, fun festivals and community events to ensure a warm welcome.
Enjoy a walk by the river, cross the 12 arch bridge with a panoramic view of the estuary and village. Stroll through the village to take in its traditional streetscape, cafes and shops. Don’t forget to experience Ballydehob by night! Live music and the craic are all part of the make up!
Explore our website to learn about places to stay, where to eat, our local history, and things to do in and around the area.