Abbeyfeale is a market town in Co Limerick. It lies near the border with Co Kerry and is situated some 21km from Newcastle West on the N21, the main road from Limerick to Tralee. The town is situated on the banks of the River Feale in the foothills of the Mullaghareirk Mountains. The main feature in Abbeyfeale's Square is a statue of Father William Casey. Fr Casey was the parish priest from 1883 to 1907 and helped the tenant farmers fight against their landlords. The local Gaelic football team is named in his honour. Other local sports clubs include a soccer team and rugby team. The town has a selection of pubs, shops and restaurants and hosts the Fleadh by the Feale traditional music festival each May. There are a number of schools in the town, including three secondary schools.