Visit Cork and you’ll find a true blend of old and new.

Historic buildings nestled amongst the contemporary, changing city landscape, seaside villages meeting the lapping tide and secret hidden gems dotted along the coastline.

Experience the chimes of St Coleman’s Cathedral, a 99 in Crosshaven and admire the golden beaches dotted around this stunning county.

Once you visit you’ll understand why people return time & time again to the People’s Republic of Cork.

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Colourful Cobh

Walk around the historic port town of Cobh and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the place. Watch ships sail by as you stand in the shadow of St Colman’s Cathedral, one of Ireland’s tallest buildings.

Cobh was the last port of call for the Titanic and is now synonymous with the town.

Plan a visit to the historic Cobh and discover this amazing port town.

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Charming Crosshaven


Nestled just beyond Carrigaline, Crosshaven brings back nostalgic memories of summers days, 99 ice creams and the “merries”.

This charming village boasts fine eateries, coastal walks and a water fronted playground.  One visit and you’ll soon learn why it’s such a popular spot with tourists and locals alike.

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Mighty Monkstown

Monkstown is a village in County Cork lying 14 kilometres southeast of Cork city on the estuary of the River Lee, facing Great Island and looking onto Monkstown Bay.

There’s a wonderful seaside walk and cafe’s nestled in the narrow side streets. It’s a picture perfect seaside village.

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Charismatic Cork City

The Rebel City has a strong independence and Corkonians are proud of their stomping ground. Experience a warm welcome as you walk through the busy Cork City centre streets.

Stop by Cork City Gaol and get to know the city’s past and enjoy the incredible grounds. Refuel at an artisan coffee shop and discover the city’s food market. Visit a flea market in the Victorian Quarter and soak up the energetic atmosphere.

Plan a trip to see why Cork City has been dubbed the ‘real’ capital of Ireland.

What’s local

Things to do

Places to stay

Food & drink

Titanic Experience

20 Casement Square,

021 4814412

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St Coleman’s Cathedral

5 Cathedral Tec,

021 4813222

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Spike Island

Kennedy pier,

021 2373455

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The English Market

Princes St,
Cork City Centre

021 4924182
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Fitzgerald Park

Cork City

021 4924333
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Cork City Gaol

Sundays Well,
Cork City

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The Montenotte Hotel

Middle Glanmire Road
Cork, T23 E9DX

021 4530050

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Fota Island Resort

Fota Island,

021 2373373

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Crosshaven House


021 4832005

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The Oar Bar

1 Lower Rd,
Crosshaven, Co. Cork

021 4831601

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Rosies Bar

Lower Aghada,

021 4661231

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The Quays Bar

17 Westbourne Place,
Cobh, Co. Cork

021 4813539

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Tequila Jacks

City Quarter,
Lapps Quay,
Cork City

021 2021002
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Rising Sons

Rising Sons,
Cornmarket Street,

021 2414764
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5 French Church Street,
Cork City
T12 KWX7.

021 4278444
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The Bosun

Monkstown, Co. Cork

021 4842172
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