We are heading toward the home stretch of the A-Z of things to see in Ireland series. With the letter P I couldn’t resist any of the options, each with their own distinct appeal and constituency. So in my A-Z of things to see in Ireland let’s kick off with pottery, move on to St. Patrick’s Day Parades and then round it up with Poetry Festivals.
Beleek Pottery on the border between Fermanagh and Donegal is world famous. The geology that is widespread within the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark also contributed to the founding of the pottery in Belleek, which had deposits of kaolin necessary for the manufacture of pottery. The Pottery has a a museum, offers guided tours and has a shop and cafe. Don’t worry if you want to travel light. They will ship!