County Cork is the biggest county in Ireland and Cork City is the second city of the Irish Republic.
The county has numerous towns and villages, all with their own character, history and attractions.
County Cork Ireland has a long coastline, much of it on the Wild Atlantic Way and many of the places featured here are ideal places to enoy the pleasures of Cork’s special atmosphere.
Find out about places to go, what to see, things to do, where to stay, eat and drink inmany places in Cork.
Glengarriff is a pretty town located on a sheltered cove on Bantry Bay in the Beara Peninsula in County Cork.The population of this fishing and tourist town is no more than 1,000 although this number increases greatly with the influx of visitors [Continue reading…]