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Founded in 1954 to be a dynamic force in developing choral music in Ireland, the Cork International Choral Festival is held annually over the five days preceding the first Monday in May. Cork welcomes choirs from across the world for a programme of w... See more
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Killarney National Park

Killarney 22.5 mi away
#3 of 78 things to do in Killarney
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#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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#1 of 2 things to do in Gougane Barra
This is as another reviewer pointed out a lovely little out of the way spot to visit with its 18th Century Hermitage and 19th C Oratory, worth the stop to enjoy the peaceful place We spent time just being in this...
We visited Gougan Barra on our way back home from a mini break in Kenmare and I have to say what a beautiful peaceful place to visit i had heard so much about it and I had always wanted to see it and I have to say...

Beara Way

Glengarriff
#1 of 18 things to do in Glengarriff
The Healy Pass has unsurpassable views of County Cork and County Kerry as the Beara is divided between these two counties.The towns of Eyries and Ahillies were colourful breaks from the miles of rural landscape.
We drove through quaint villages and towns.The roads were very narrow and winding with breathtaking views on every turn.

Healy Pass

Adrigole
#1 of 2 things to do in Adrigole
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#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...
... we even adopted him, only 25 euro and worth it, the gift shop is well priced and a little momento for every budget, well worth the visit- admission is free and we will definitely be back to visit our new friends.
#1 of 14 things to do in Schull
What a fantastic beach..the surrounding area is also very beautiful..visited on our way to Mizen Head...other great place to visit
At high tide there was plentiful sand to sit upon, the river estuary was a safe haven for toddlers and swimmers alike.
#2 of 2 things to do in Gougane Barra
This is Ireland’s first National Park, and is a favourite spot to unwind and get away from it all in the most beautiful and calm settings – what a most majestic part of the world, bordered by 3 mountain ranges and...
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
#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...
There is no admission fee but there is a place to leave a donation.
#2 of 14 things to do in Clonakilty
Spent an afternoon sitting in the Spring sunshine and strolling along this fabulous beach It was very peaceful on the day of our visit with plenty of parking.
This is a great place for a picnic - gazing art beautiful sea and sands - well worth a visit- get there early for parking!
#1 of 15 things to do in Bantry
The coastal part of the loop takes much longer than the path.
Fresh air & beauty.
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Lough Hyne

Skibbereen
#1 of 20 things to do in Skibbereen
well worth a visit whether its for an early morning swim ,night kayaking or simply for a relaxing few hrs lovely walks around the Lough including a hill walk where you can see spectacular views
The view from the summit and the ocean beyond was well worth the effort.
#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
Beautiful Cathedral with a knowledgable tour guide and a reasonable suggested donation.
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#3 of 14 things to do in Baltimore
Well worth the effort.
#1 of 1 things to do in Dunlough
#5 of 135 things to do in Cork
My home town to me the only place I will ever want to live UCC a real historical building great stories and scholars and the grounds are well worth a visit too
Really nice walk all around the campus.
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#3 of 20 things to do in Skibbereen
Love visiting what is sometimes a neglected spot, great history great views well worth a stop for an hour
Free parking, followed by a short (5 minute) walk brings you to the stone circle, with great views towards the sea.
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#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
#8 of 135 things to do in Cork
This is a very peaceful place in the centre of town with beautiful architecture and woodwork - well worth a visit when in Cork city.

Glengariff Woods

Glengarriff
#5 of 18 things to do in Glengarriff
Fantastic place for walking/picnicking Floods in winter but great all year round.
Fantastic place for dog walks
#10 of 135 things to do in Cork
Fantastic food market--as big or bigger than the Pike Place Market in Seattle but with almost all fantastic food shops from several butchers, fishmongers, chocolate shops, pastries, and a sausage maker--will grill...
The Old English Market is well worth a visit with a huge variety of stalls / stores from the good auld Irish Breakie to the more discerning flavors, for coffee lovers and foodies alike and for the ever changing ta...
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#14 of 135 things to do in Cork
Well worth a visit when you want to see beautiful art and hear the wonderfully unusual history of Cork, as the welcoming port for all travellers, and the historic families that were merchants there who built up th...
Next to the opera house is the Crawford art gallery and cafe free entry and you can beautiful art pride at u4 leisure it is a beautiful building full of historical artifacts
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#4 of 16 things to do in Cobh
#3 of 11 things to do in Blarney
Blarney Woolen Mills is world famous & is well worth a visit Great place for gift buying for everyone & has everything from clothes to kitchen ware Can get very busy when tour buses arrive
You will also be able to buy china, crystal and glass, ladies clothing, textiles, Guinness products and souvenirs.
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#16 of 135 things to do in Cork
There is a fabulous play park for the young children and a skateboard area for the more adventurous but the main thing that stood out was how clean and tidy the park was.
A two-hour walk with horticulturist and the "keeper of the Park".
#5 of 16 things to do in Cobh
#18 of 135 things to do in Cork
Very well preserved monument with great views over the city and a guided tour with good knowledge of Cork history The first place to go when visiting Cork is the Elizabeth Fort.
It was raining when I went so I didn’t ask about the guided tour (although I wish I had), but the admission is free and the history information inside the building of the fort is really interesting.
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#6 of 20 things to do in Kinsale
St. Multose is worth a visit especially since it is near the main town area.
Took a chance for Sunday service.
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