|Native name Béal Átha na Carraige|
|Location||Dunmanway, County Cork, Ireland|
Ballinacarriga Castle (Béal Átha na Carraige in Irish, meaning Ford Mouth of the Rock) is a 16th-century tower houselocated in the village of Ballinacarriga, about 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) from the town of Dunmanway in western County Cork, Ireland, between Ballineen and Dunmanway.
Sheela Na Gig
The castle has a Sheela Na Gig on the eastern side, roughly at the half way point.
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