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Titanic Experience Cobh is a new permanent visitor experience in Cobh. The story of the Titanic has captured the hearts and minds of millions. From descendents of crew and passengers, to the just plain fascinated, the story has been re-told over and over from Belfast to Hollywood.
Geary's bar, Main Street Charleville has been in continuous family ownership for over 200 years. The centuries old brick work and oak beams are still evident and any additions over the years have been carefully blended with the original.
This small river gets a small run of grilse and sea trout in June.
Adrigole Arts is a craft shop and art gallery featuring a unique range of fine crafts and gifts from Ireland. Located on the main road between Glengarriff and Castletownbere.
Kinsale is one of Ireland’s premier sea angling locations. Kinsale Angling caters for the beginner and experienced sea angler alike.
Whether you are business or pleasure bound you will always get a warm welcome at Dan Sheahan’s. It is a family run business providing the best of food and entertainment.
Millstreet Museum allows the visitor experience the history of this North Cork area and gives an insight into its fascinating past. Incorporated into the centre is a busy tourist information point and a cafe is situated nearby.
Marine Transport Sevices are operators of water based transport facilities in Cork Harbour.
Garranes Lake is located in Drimoleague, County Cork. A large stock of small native brown trout is present and large rainbow trout are regularly stocked to maintain a high stock density and give good angling results.
The Castle was built for MacDonogh MacCarthy, Lord of Duhallow and was probably started at the end of the sixteenth century. It is located in Kanturk in north County Cork.
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