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Collegiate Church Of St. Mary

Youghal, Ireland 23.1 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Youghal
We visited St Mary's and it is breath taking a beautiful church with so much history a hidden gem in youghal and well worth a visit and when you finish in the church take awhile to stroll around the cemetery and t...
An unexpectedly mind-blowing hidden gem

Michael Collins Centre

Clonakilty, Ireland 26.8 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Clonakilty
3 of us did the Michael Collins tour with Tim Crowley, the tour takes 4 hours, and it is amazing !!!! Tim who is a cousin of Michael Collins is an expert on the great man, we started off the tour at the Michael Co...
Visited the Michael Collins centre today,we were very happy with our visit,the Crowley,s are very nice people and the tour is great value for money 5 euro per person, outstanding from start to finish,long may your...

Gougane Barra National Forest Park

Gougane Barra, Ireland 39.9 mi away
#2 of 2 things to do in Gougane Barra
place was packed beautiful scenery the little church there forest walks lovely hotel nd cafe nd pup well worth a visit hotel have great rates nd fab food .look it up u wont b disappointed
There is a particularly long waiting list for people to get married the little Church on the tiny island, connected to the shore by a causeway, where St Finbarr founded his early Christian monastery.

Ringfinnan Garden of Remembrance

Kinsale, Ireland 17.8 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in Kinsale
We would recommend all visitors to take in this unique and totally unexpected experience while visiting Kinsale as a reminder of the brave firefighters who gave their lives during 9/11
Beautiful peaceful place, very heartwarming .A definite must for people to visit .I would definitely recommend
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Nano Nagle Place

Cork, Ireland 4.2 mi away
#1 of 135 things to do in Cork
Tastefully restored with an amazing Heritage Centre that engages you as soon as you enter.The gardens are incredible as you make your way around and so tranquil, you could be anywhere in the world.The staff are kn...
I had a guided tour from Agnes who was a great guide and so passionate and knowledgeable - amazing story of this remarkable woman - interactive displays - plenty spots to sit down as it took about 90 mins - lifts...

The Donkey Sanctuary

Mallow, Ireland 28.8 mi away
#1 of 17 things to do in Mallow
Worth a thousand visits, well organised facility for donkeys and they all looked so happy and relaxed, complete with a gift shop and adopt a donkey service, you could also donate to have plaques on benches, fences...
Had a lovely walk around the farm and my daughter aged 2.5 Donkeys are so friendly and also a lovely cat followed us all over the fields!

Cobh Cathedral

Cobh, Ireland 6.8 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Cobh
Lovely french gothic cathedral Well worth a visit you will enjoy it And the walk uphill will keep you fit
Thoroughly enjoyed a stroll to Colman's Cathedral while our cruise ship was in port at Cobh.
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Ballycotton Cliff Walk

Cork, Ireland 17.2 mi away
#3 of 135 things to do in Cork
If it’s a sunny day the views are stunning and it’s a great place to have a picnic and enjoy the views.
Easy to find but one definitely needs wear hiking boots or old shoes as the trail is very muddy.

Mahon Falls (a.k.a. Eas na Machan)

County Waterford, Ireland 40.6 mi away
#6 of 95 things to do in County Waterford
Mahon falls is a beautiful scenic place .. Lovely walk and climb whichever you want to do .. It was very cold on the day we were there nonetheless beautiful ..well worth a visit ..
Great to revisit Mahon Falls in the Comeragh Mountains again for a brisk and healthy walk.

Charles Fort

Kinsale, Ireland 16.6 mi away
#3 of 20 things to do in Kinsale
Excellent tour guide, really interesting historical place to visit, the guide made history come alive, very nice little coffee shop, reasonably priced and friendly staff, restoration work very well done.
Kinsale is a lovely little port with many attractions but once you have been around this pretty place Charles's Fort is worth a visit with its history and fantastic views.
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Camden Fort Meagher

Cork, Ireland 9.5 mi away
#4 of 135 things to do in Cork
Camden Fort Meagher is a must see if you are visiting Cork The Volunteers who guide through every corner and the History of the Fort are some of the most committed niceness people I have ever met, The coffee shop...
WENT to fort Camden and it's beautiful the views are fantastic it was a sunny day and would love to go back on a bad day just to look at the sea with the light house across the way the staff were friendly and help...

Lough Gur Visitor Centre

Limerick, Ireland 41.5 mi away
#5 of 90 things to do in Limerick
Astonishing hidden treasure and extremely helpful, knowledgeable staff in the visitor Centre made my visit memorable, interesting and informative, the museum area and guided walk would keep all ages fascinated for...
A group of us took part n a yoga and spiritual visit ..what an amazing wonderful experience ..the weather was fantastic..walk and scenery was Magical .we

Fitzgerald Park

Cork, Ireland 4.9 mi away
#7 of 135 things to do in Cork
Family visit Fitzgeralds park is a hidden gem ideal for All ages its lovely walk from patricks street easy to find just walk up or hire bike Washington street about pnly 10 to 15 min depending on you stride on you...
... western road and you come to Fitzgerald s Park a beautiful maintained public park beautiful flowers a public museum a kids playground and seating where you can see corks river lee flow by well worth a visit

Michael Collins House

Clonakilty, Ireland 30.1 mi away
#3 of 14 things to do in Clonakilty
Wonderful value for money, I was still there 2 hours later, beautiful layout, There is a model of Clonakilty in one of the rooms, everything is tastefully presented which is a joy to behold, the portraits by Jim F...
... his presence in the town of Clonakilty the House museum done a wonderful job of showing the history behind him, After visiting Clonakilty I could see how admired he still which is well deserved for Irelands Hero.

St. Peter and Paul's Church

Cork, Ireland 4.0 mi away
#8 of 135 things to do in Cork
Unlike the Novus Ordus Masses where there is constant speaking by both priest and people, you participate at the Latin Mass just by being there - the Priest celebrates the Mass.
The priest was just closing up the church for the day but let us in and gave us a history and some facts about the inside.

Glen of Aherlow

Tipperary, Ireland 35.4 mi away
#1 of 23 things to do in Tipperary
The scenery is spectacular and the road past Aherlow House hotel will bring you to the famous statue of Christ the King.There are numerous walking trails for the serious hiker, or easier routes for the less experi...
An amazing place with beautiful panoramic views and great tracks and trails for walking or take a picnic and enjoy the scenery.

Cahir Castle

County Tipperary, Ireland 36.6 mi away
#8 of 100 things to do in County Tipperary
well cahir castle is situted in the centre of town of cahir a heritage town it an amazing building so much history to it and excalibur the movie was mad e here in the ninty well worth a visit many views from the t...
Cahir has some great attractions with the park beside the castle, the lovely walk to the swiss cottage and the mitchelstown cave is very nearby !
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University College Cork (UCC)

Cork, Ireland 5.1 mi away
#5 of 135 things to do in Cork
Lovely campus ideal for a stroll on a quiet day; some beautiful squares both old and new surrounded by some lovely greenery
Start at the main gate on the Collage road and go uphill all the way to Harry Potter building (the main building) - it’s stunning and open for visitors so don’t hesitate to enter it.
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Kinsale Mead Co

Kinsale, Ireland 16.2 mi away
#2 of 20 things to do in Kinsale
We had an excellent tour provided by Kate! Started off with a really interesting overview of the history of mead and bee keeping, followed by tasting some lovely honeys, tour of the facility discussing how the mea...
The tour gives a passionately delivered, interesting and informative history of mead making, how they source ingredients and includes honey tasting and a tour of the mead-making facility.

St Declan's Well and Oratory

Ardmore, Ireland 29.0 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in Ardmore
Just a short walk from the Cliff House Hotel and after an excellent lunch I needed some exercise and fresh air. 100 yards along the cliff path away from the hotel lies a fascinating place of peace.
Takes about an hour to walk the perimeter, and you'll see spectacular seascapes, ancient holy sites, curious gothic-folly-like lookouts, and if that weren't enough, the entire path was lined with black raspberries...

Spike Island

Cork, Ireland 8.0 mi away
#2 of 135 things to do in Cork
Fantastic day out to Cobh and particularly Spike Island, very interesting history, lots to see, lovely cafe, great tour, so much to see, brilliant guide John-G and lovely trip across on the ferry as well high...
Fantastic afternoon visiting Spike Island - weather dry sea calm for short boat trip then had guided tour with John Flynn who was a very knowledgable tour guide He gave an very informative and unbiased tour that w...
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Inchydoney Beach

Clonakilty, Ireland 30.5 mi away
#2 of 14 things to do in Clonakilty
Stayed at Inchydoney Hotel which has perfect access to this beach - very spacious lots of sand, great waves for surfing, fantastic for kids or if u want a lovely walk along the sea and if you get the sun perfect f...
From start to finish everything about this hotel I loved ...the views are amazing overlooking the beautiful wild Atlantic way , staff are excellent , food is amazing , spa is a fantastic place to chill..I can hone...

Old Head Signal Tower and Lusitania Museum

Kinsale, Ireland 22.3 mi away
#4 of 20 things to do in Kinsale
And there is a wonderful sculptor there in the memorial garden which lists all the passengers and the crew and their fates, as well as fascinating insights about the whole voyage.
... commend the commitee, including my 2 sisters, for the great work done to date in restoration of this signal tower, it is now indeed a huge tourist attraction for the ares and also part of the wild atlantic way.

Birds of Prey Educational Centre

Midleton, Ireland 11.4 mi away
#2 of 7 things to do in Midleton
They all enjoyed the centre and had the pleasure of holding the owls, Lucy, Fudge, Olsen, Leopold and the beautiful Zola! Gorgeous photos supplied by Sam who was so patient with our children, answering endless que...
By far the best experience of our stay at Trabolgan, getting to see all the beautiful owls Sam was amazing very friendly and made the kids so comfortable holding the owls while having they're photos taking.
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Clonea Beach

Dungarvan, Ireland 34.8 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Dungarvan
This beach has two access roads, the main one bring you to the hotel shop and chipper end and the other , at the castle end, has less parking albeit a good bit quieter.
There is free parking with a very short walk to the beasch and paid parking where you can park in a car park or field over looking the beach.

Cobh Heritage Centre

Cobh, Ireland 6.8 mi away
#2 of 16 things to do in Cobh
... I would Highly Recommend to anyone after your Tour then Beautiful Lunchs and Shops In the Cobh heritage Centre we Have Lots of Tourists Winter and Summer it's absolutely Fantastic to see The Heritage Centre Is...
It's is well worth a visit both from an Educational and experience viewpoint and that matched with a visit to nearby Spike Island capped off a memorable visit to Cobh! Highly recommended !
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Glenview Gardens & Fairy Trail

Cork, Ireland 25.6 mi away
#13 of 135 things to do in Cork
The bears house and hobbit house were absolutely incredible, as well as the teddy bears picnic, there is so much thought and detail put into creating the scenes to make it magical, can’t imagine how good it must b...
The house with Goldilocks and the Three Bears is a hidden gem and there are a couple of other mini houses that are also a delight, but I have to say that the Hobbit House is the highlight.

Ballincollig Regional Park

Cork, Ireland 10.1 mi away
#16 of 135 things to do in Cork
It has playground for kids, lots of tracks for walking/running, a beautiful river... Sometimes we just come and sit on the grass enjoying some peaceful moments we can have here.
Lovely park with wide walkways suitable for cyclists, walkers, runners, kiddies on trikes and skates.

St. Anne's Church

Cork, Ireland 3.9 mi away
#12 of 135 things to do in Cork
Until such time as one of Corks new skyscrapers permit visitors to their top floors this church currently offers the best views of Cork city from the tower.
Ringing the bells is great fun and the female attendant Marissa is welcoming, friendly and is very knowledge about the area.
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Youghal Clock Gate Tower

Youghal, Ireland 23.4 mi away
#2 of 10 things to do in Youghal
Great place to visit, good tour guide, Interesting history great video of last resident still living locally !
We visited the Clock Gate Tower on a beautiful day and were greeted enthusiastically by our tour guide, a lovely lady called Shirley.