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Ballydehob

Ballydehob is located 20km west of Skibbereen on the way to Mizen Head, Europe’s most westerly point (which is 32km further west). Apart from being a place of peace and beauty, Ballydehob is home to…..
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Baltimore

Baltimore is a beautiful fishing village located 13km south-west of Skibbereen. It is very popluar with tourists, expecially those keen on sailing, diving and other water sports. It is also the main ferry port for…..
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Bandon

Bandon

Bandon is situated 20 miles to the west of Cork City and is know by many as ‘The Gateway to West Cork’. It is a small market town with an agricultural past and backbone which…..
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Bantry

Bantry

Bantry is a busy market town situated at head of Bantry Bay. Bantry House, open to the public, is spectacularly situated and exuberantly furnished. It is one of Ireland’s most attractive Great Houses, full of…..
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Blarney

Blarney

Blarney is best known for its castle and the famous Stone of Eloquence that every tourist wants to kiss. It is said that by kissing the stone you will be blessed with the “Gift of…..
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Charles Fort, Kinsale

Charles Fort, Kinsale

The best-known historical attraction in Kinsale, Charles Fort, is on the road just beyond Summercove. It is open all year, and regular guided tours are available. Charles Fort is one of the finest surviving examples…..
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Clonakilty

Clonakilty

Clonakilty has been designated as West Cork’s Heritage Town by Board Failte, and a visit to the town soon shows why. You’ll feel at home here among the attractive traditional shop fronts and hand painted…..
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Cobh

Cobh, which is located 25km east of Cork City, has a proud maritime heritage. Cobh was the main port from which millions of Irish emigrated in the 1800s and 1900s in search of a better…..
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Cork City

Voted as one of the top ten cities in the world to visit in 2010 by Lonely Planet, you can be assured that there’s plenty to see and do in Cork. “With a population of…..
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Courtmacsherry

Courtmacsherry

The picturesque village of Courtmacsherry lies midway between the old head of Kinsale and the Seven Heads on the rugged West Cork coast. This charming village was formerly the summer home of the Earl of…..
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