The Ring of Kerry snakes along the Atlantic coast and is known for its stunning sea views and beautiful beaches. Here you will find a bounty of seaweed thriving on pristine shores.
With a background in science, food and photography, John and Kerryann Fitzgerald have been running Atlantic Irish Seaweed discovery workshops, tastings and tours along the spectacular Kerry coastline since 2009.
Join the one hour introductory tour and find out why people as diverse as the ancient monks, Vikings and famous Irish statesman Daniel O'Connell all included seaweeds in their diets. Or find out even more about Ireland's magnificent sea vegetables on a three hour or five hour workshop.
Take home a seaweed bath bag and enjoy the benefits at home after your visit.
- Discover the story of seaweed in stunning surroundings.
- Join a 1 hour introductory tour or a 3 hour tour.
- Learn how to dry, store and cook with seaweeds and enjoy a 10 course tasting lunch in the 5 hour workshop.
- Try a multitude of seaweed dishes.
While you are in the area visit the ancient monastic outpost of Skellig Michael Island. Nearby Staigue Fort is a good example of a late stone age ring fort or you might like to explore Derrynane House, Historic National Park, the ancestral home of Irish statesman Daniel O Connell.