Here at Agri Tours our Farm Tours of Ireland are designed for agribusinesses and student groups, where our guests are travelling to Ireland to investigate the agricultural industry and learn from it's methods. Unfortunately we do not provide Farmers Market visits within our tours but we have tried to compile, on this page, some of the stand out Farmers Markets in Ireland that you may wish to visit should you be in the given area. We hope you find this page useful.
Please do feel free to get in touch with any of the businesses below if they might appeal to you. Please do note though we do not work with these businesses and unfortunately have not experienced their offerings ourselves, and so cannot vouch for the quality of the goods and services they provide.Have we missed anyone? Please let us know!
Located at the entrance of Howth Village on Harbour Road and across the way from the Dart Station. Howth Farmers Market includes retail units that are open daily. On Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays these units open out to form the busy market.
Howth, Co. Dublin
00353 (1) 839 4141
Wilton Farmers Market was set up with the intention of having an outlet for the local farmers of the area to sell thier produce. You can enjoy a diverse range of all natural, local foods from the array of stalls. Have a a quick bite or stock up for the week.
Wilton, Co. Cork
Loacted in Headford, County Galway, The Cottage Market has fresh, seasonal produce from the local farmers of the area and The Community Garden. Enjoy baked goods, jellies, jams and much more. Open every second Saturday from 10.30am to 1pm.
Headford, Co. Galway
With over three decades of showcasing local produce behind them Belfast Farmers Market is well established as one of the most diverse and expansive in the country. The market is open from 9am to 1pm every Friday.
Belfast, Co. Antrim