Ballylanders is a small village in the south east of County Limerick. The main street is dominated by traditional shop fronts and has the first Irish example of a 20th century modern architectural style of round churches.
The village also has a strong football tradition and they have won many titles including the Limerick County Senior Football Championship in 2007.
Griston Bog to the west of the town is a well known nature reserve and bird sanctuary. Ballylanders is a popular base for those touring around the Ballyhoura Countryside with walking, hiking, cycling and other outdoor pursuits popular activities in this area. There is a playground located in the village for children of all ages to enjoy.
Nearby attractions include Ballyhoura Country, the Ballylanders Church, the Griston Bog for bird watching and the Galty Castle Forest Recreation Area for walks and tours.