Looking for a local, true farmer's market in Republic of Ireland? Scroll down this page and you will see the farm markets,
farm stands, roadside stands, produce markets, even garden fruit and vegetable stands and
seasonal community farmer's markets in Republic of Ireland,
sorted by county. Markets offering organic or sustainably grown produce are identified by the words "organic" and/or "sustainable" in Green, next to their name.
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Updates for July 2021
July Apple, pears, pumpkins, Fresh fruit and vegetables, many locally grown abound! Always see the market's website or Facebook page for current hours; many change their days and hours without notice or for the changing seasons.
Farmshops, by county
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- Malone Fruit Farm
- Farm stand / farm market on a farm, Wide variety of seasonal, locally
grown fruits and vegetables,
Closh, Ballon, Co. Carlow, Ireland.
Phone: 086 8472765. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. The business is 12 acres and provides a
wide variety of soft fruit and other products, such as Frozen fruits
(also available all year round) for smoothies and desserts, jam making
and jellies. These can be purchased from our Malone Farm Shop in Ballon,
Co.Carlow. In 1999 we started to produce our own jams and jellies. In
2005, we constructed a purpose built kitchen and now produce a wide
variety of jams, jellies, marmalades, chutneys, fruit tonics and
cordials . We also have a variety of hampers and gift ideas for special
occasions. You can choose from our pre-made hampers or simply make your
- Keelings - Farm stand /
farm market on a farm, Wide variety of seasonal, locally grown fruits
FoodCentral, St Margarets, Co Dublin, Ireland. Phone:
353 1 813 5600. Open: 7 days a week between 10 am and 6 pm. Directions:
From the M1 North & South; Exit the M1 at Junction 2 for Dublin Airport.
After 1.0km go right at the main airport roundabout following signs for
Swords (R132). After 0.6km turn left at the Cloghran roundabout
following signs for Naul and St Margarets (R108). After 2.5km take the
first exit on the roundabout following signs for Ballymun and St
Margarets. After 1.5km turn right into Keelings, the Farm Shop is at the
entrance. Click here for a map and directions.
(ADDED: July 15, 2019, JBS)
Lamberts Fruit Farm - raspberries, strawberries,
tayberries, blackcurrants, redcurrants and gooseberries
Rathfarnham. Tel: 01-4939896. Open:to the public from end June - early
August on Saturdays, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays , weather
You are given buckets and may pick as you like. You pay by
weight for what you pick.
Note: there is
an interesting article in the Irish Times about this farm and other
Killarney Christmas Tree Farm - Uses natural growing practices, Indoor market, Christmas trees,
concessions / refreshment stand, restrooms, group reservations
Ballyhar Road Knockasarnett, Killarney, V93 NXK4. Phone: 0872621530. Email:
Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Directions: Killarney christmas tree farm is on google maps.
Click here for a map and directions. We
use natural practices, but are not seeking organic certification. Payment: Cash, Cheque, Debit cards, Visa/MasterCard. (ADDED: November 19,
- Clarke’s Fresh Fruit
stand / farm market on a farm, Wide variety of seasonal, locally grown
fruits and vegetables, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and
Clinstown, Stamullen, Co. Meath, Ireland. Phone: 353
(0)1 841 3262. Mobile: +353 (0)86 259 3086. Email:
Open: Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm, Saturday 9.00am - 1.00pm, Sunday
9.00am - 1.00pm. Directions: M1 Exit 7.
The Apple Farm - strawberries, apples
Co. Tipperary. Ireland. Phone: 353 (0)52 7441459. ALternate phone: 353
(0)86 6091998. Email:
email@example.com. As well as apples, we grow pears, plums, sweet
cherries, strawberries and raspberries. We also have a Camping and
Caravan Park on the farm. And when we are not busy with this, you will
find us making apple juice, and mixed juices from our other fruits; all
done here on the farm. We even make a sparkling apple juice, and cider
vinegar here too. We have a farm shop from which our produce is
available all year round.
Also in our farm shop , we have all our
juices, lemonades, sparkling juices, jams and cider vinegar, and with a
small production run of just 2000 bottles: Con's Cider: Case of 12 x
500ml. (UPDATED: July 15, 2019, JBS)
(ADDED: July 12, 2015, JBS)
- Greens Berry Farm Tinnock Farm Shop - Farm stand / farm market on a farm, Wide variety of
seasonal, locally grown fruits and vegetables,
Gorey, Ireland. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Open: late May to October, from
to 6.30 (7 days). Directions: Our Tinnock farm shop is situated 2 miles
north of Gorey (Dublin side) on the N11 and is easily accessed by taking
the Gorey exit from the new Gorey by-pass. The farm and farm shop are
located beside this exit. (Exit No.22). our wonderful fresh fruit,
strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries, blackberries, new potatoes,
soft fruits, fruit plants, preserves, jam fruit, juices, fruit for
smoothies and desserts etc. Sorry our fruit farm is not a 'Pick your
own' farm. Click here for a link to our Facebook page, Like our page for all the latest
updates and special offers.
page for directions to our farm shops. They
now have two farm shops, both of which are open during the summer but
have different opening times. Be sure to check their website before you
go to taste some of their fantastic fruit.
- Greens Berry Farm Courtown
Road Shop - Farm stand / farm market on a farm, Wide variety of
seasonal, locally grown fruits and vegetables,
Courttown Rd, R742,
Courttown, Ireland. Email:
email@example.com. Open: June, July and August 7 days
from10 am to 6 pm. Directions: Our farm shop at Courtown rd. is situated
midway between Gorey and Courtown Harbour at Tomsilla farm on the R742.
Easily accessed by taking the Courtown exit from the Gorey by-pass (Exit
No.23) or driving out the Courtown Rd. from Gorey town.
Click here for a link to our Facebook page, Like our page for all the latest updates and
page for directions to our farm shops.
- Kearns Fruit Farm - Farm stand / farm market on a farm,strawberries,
Kearns Fruit Farm, Curraghgraigue, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Ireland,
Y21 YR26. Phone: 087 824 1978. Alternate phone: 087 663 0347. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. You can buy our produce locally, in
national supermarket chains and other outlets across Ireland or buy
direct from our farm outside of Enniscorthy. All visitors are welcome.
stock a variety of frozen fruit and jams throughout the year, with fresh
produce available from April onwards. currently we grow a variety of
strawberries, raspberries and blackberries. Our fruit is grown in
fields, heated and cold glasshouses and in polytunnels here on our farm
in Co. Wexford with water from our own natural water well which has
helped us produce great tasting fruit for over 50 years. We only supply
fruit which has been grown and produced on our farm.
Conroy's Wicklow Raspberries - raspberries
Drive, Kilmacanogue, County Wicklow, Ireland. Phone: (01) 286 0618.
Alternate phone: (086) 606 3339. Email:
email@example.com. Open: July and August. At Conroy's we
grow our raspberries in the open air where the fruit ripens in the
natural sunshine, without the use of poly tunnels. We have chosen
raspberry canes specially cultivated in Scotland for their hardiness and
high quality yield. The hardiness of these Scottish varieties is of
benefit in the Irish climate and the two we use are Glen Moy and Glen
Ample. The Glen Moy fruits extra early so that we can expect to start
picking our first raspberries by the end of June. The large fruits have
an excellent flavour. Glen Ample is the best and heaviest cropping of
the mid-season raspberries. These canes produce a full sweet raspberry
that is ripe from the first week of July with generous crops running
into early August.
(ADDED: July 12, 2015, JBS)