Ballybunion (Baile an Bhuinneánaigh in Irish Gaelic) is a village in County Kerry in Ireland. Very touristic, travellers come here to discover the beauty of the ruins of its castle, the Ballybunion Castle.
Ballybunion is very appreciated for the beauty of its coast, its beaches and its remarkable cliffs. The area is full of all kinds of activities: surfing, fishing, golf, hiking, visiting the castle, discovering dolphins off the village…
The place is very welcoming, rich in shops, irish pubs and restaurants.
Don’t be surprised if you come across a statue of Bill Clinton in the town centre. The monument was erected as a tribute after the American politician came to play golf in the city.
Finally, don’t miss the village speciality, served exclusively in summer: winkles, cooked and served in paper bags on the go. A delight for seafood lovers!