Attractions

Kilcoran Castle

Kilcolman Castle

This was anciently the site of a ringfort named Cathair Gobhann, “the smith’s cathair”, belonging to the Uí Rossa tribe of Mogh Ruith.[5] The castle was built in the 1420s by James FitzGerald, 6th Earl of Desmond, who bought the land from William, … Read More

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Mitchelstown Caves

Mitchelstown Cave is a limestone cave near Burncourt, County Tipperary, Ireland. Situated 12 kilometres from Mitchelstown, County Cork, it became the first cave in Ireland to be developed for the public in 1972. The cave is located in the townland … Read More

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Bowens Court

Bowen’s Court

Bowen’s Court was a historic country house or Anglo-Irish big house near Kildorrery in County Cork, Ireland.  

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Muckross House & Killarney Lakes

The Muckross estate dates back to the 17th Century when the first member of the Herbert family, who were originally from Wales, came to settle in Killarney. The present day Muckross House was built for Henry Arthur Herbert and his … Read More

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Fota Wildlife Park

Fota Wildlife Park, part of the Zoological Society of Ireland, is located on 100 acres at Fota Island 10km east of Cork City and has an annual attendance of 440,000 visitors. It is currently the second largest visitor attraction in … Read More

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Cobh Heritage Centre

LEARN ABOUT THE STORY OF IRISH EMIGRATION IN ITS VARIOUS FORMS TO MANY DESTINATIONS, TRACE YOUR ANCESTORS, HEAR ABOUT THE ILL-FATED TITANIC AND THE LUSITANIA, AND IMMERSE YOURSELF IN IRISH NAVAL AND MILITARY HISTORY AT COBH HERITAGE CENTRE. THIS BEAUTIFUL, … Read More

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Kinsale Harbour

Kinsale is a traditional commercial port with a long history. It has a splendid, virtually land locked natural harbour on the estuary of the Bandon River, 11 nautical miles South West of Cork harbour entrance about eight kilometres north-northeast of … Read More

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Ring of Kerry

In essence, the Ring of Kerry is the ring road that follows the coastal contours of Kerry’s Iveragh Peninsula. The Ring of Kerry is one of Ireland’s most famous circuits and a popular holiday route to drive. Much more than … Read More

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Rock of Cashel

A spectacular group of Medieval buildings set on an outcrop of limestone in the Golden Vale including the 12th century round tower, High Cross and Romanesque Chapel, 13th century Gothic cathedral, 15th century Castle and the restored Hall of the … Read More

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Annes Grove

An eighteenth century house with a largely early twentieth century garden. The gardens include a woodland garden with an interesting collection of rhododendrons, river garden, walled garden, wild-flower meadow and lily pond. The Walled Garden (originally an eighteenth century orchard) … Read More

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