Experience More on your next Holiday in County Cork
Our County Cork Travel Guide includes… Places to stay, things to do and how to get to County Cork
Situated along much of the country’s South West, Cork is the largest county in Ireland. The proud locals embody the county’s welcoming spirit and many of their endearing traditional customs draw visitors in. County Cork has lots of entertaining qualities; take a trip to one of the many local pubs, where you will find live music and laughter sprawling out, dine out at the charming restaurants and sample some of the fantastic local cuisine or take a visit to one of the many art and cultural scenes bound to entertain your visit.
The English Market, a vibrant indoor food market, sells a number of quality local produce and is a famous destination in the city of Cork. Immerse yourself in the local history and take a visit to Blackrock Castle Observatory, an impressively-kept fortress with an intriguing background. The county is also well known for having some of Ireland’s most fertile land, making the scenery truly memorable. The coastal views, including Mizen Head, portray the county’s beauty and the large number of long sandy beaches ensure hours of family fun.