Wednesday, April 2, 2014

B is for Ballinacourty




  


 Ballinacourty


Photograph of Gold Coast Golf Course by Aisling Fennell

Baile na Cúirte, meaning "town of the court or Courtown", a rural area approximately 3 miles from the Dungarvan town centre. It boasts the most idyllic of Golf courses with spectacular vies of the Ireland's southern coastline. 



Photograph of Ballinacourty Lighthouse by  Liam Fennell

The Ballinacourty Lighthouse was built in 1858. A beacon to ships entering the harbour in days gone by. Today it stands proud, guarding the entrance to Dungarvan Bay. 

Photograph by Aisling Fennell
Photograph of Gold Coast Golf Course by Aisling Fennell
Photograph by Aisling Fennell

7 comments:

JC Gatlin said...

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the lighthouse photo. Actually, all the pics are beautiful. Thanks for posting. I've never heard of Ballinacourty. :)

Good luck on the A to Z Challenge. I'm looking forward to reading more.

JC Gatlin
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Shail Raghuvanshi said...

Beautiful pictures and informative post. Keep writing. All the very best.

Liza said...

Thank you for the lovely tour.

Kate Larkindale said...

So beautiful! How green is that grass? It's like the definition of green.

Len Lambert said...

Wow! Beautiful photos, Ann. Thank you for sharing these and for the informative post :)

Stephsco said...

Dividing time between Wisconsin and Ireland sounds great! I'm in Chicago area and would love to get over to Ireland (I've been to England but not the rest of the UK). Love the pictures!

Munir said...

Such an informative post and pretty shots too. Thanks