Cobh

  1. Cobh Farmers Market

    Cobh, Cork

    Cobh Farmers Market is held every Friday in Bobh, County Cork. Visitors and locals are invited to browse the many stalls, buy fresh local produce and enjoy the market atmosphere. Read more

  2. Dancing Thru the Ages - Irish Music, Song and Dance

    Cobh, Cork

    Dancing Thru the Ages showcases the ancestral legacy of Irish culture and tradition with an exciting contemporary one without losing the spirit and exuberance so associated with the Irish style of music and dance. Read more

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  3. Ard Na Laoi

    Cobh, Cork

    Ard na Laoi is a Victorian house in Cobh town centre. Adjacent to Promenade, Tourist Office, Sirius Arts Centre. 2 - 3 min walk to train station, Heritage Centre, Cruise Liner Terminal. 10 min drive to Fota Wildlike and Golf Club. Read more

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  4. Cross River Ferries Ltd.

    Cobh, Cork

    Save time by taking the ferry between Carrigaloe and Glenbrook. Read more

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  5. Knockeven House

    Cobh, Cork

    The beautiful, wonderfully maintained Knockeven House B&B, is located just outside the picturesque seaside town of Cobh in County Cork. The railway station is only three minutes from the house and trains go to Cork every hour and take 40 minutes. Read more

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  6. Spike Island

    Cobh, Cork

    Spike Island, nestled in Cork's natural harbour, off Cobh, has a dark and fascinating past. Uncover the stories of her inhabitants from Monks to Military and convicts to idolised rebels. Access to the island by boat. Open May-Sept. Read more

  7. Commodore Hotel

    Cobh, Cork

    The Commodore Hotel is situated overlooking the harbour in the charming, historic town of Cobh, County Cork. Ideally located for visiting the Titanic Experience, Queenstown Heritage Centre, Fota Wildlife Park amongst other attractions. Read more

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  8. Cove Sailing Club

    Cobh, Cork

    Cove Sailing Club has a dinghy park at Whitepoint, Cobh, County Cork to provide boats, equipment, changing facilities and coaching primarily aimed at local children who want to learn to sail as members of Cove Sailing Club. Read more

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  9. Traditional Sailing Adventure Cork Harbour

    Cobh, Cork

    Day sails on board the 41ft Ketch Anna Emily in the sheltered waters of Cork Harbour. Sailing most days from May to October from the Quays pontoon at Cobh. See and hear about all the Maritime history and attractions of the locality. Read more

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  10. Sirius Arts Centre

    Cobh, Cork

    Sirius Arts Centre is a multidisciplinary centre for arts and culture in Cobh. Located in the historic Old Yacht Club it hosts visual arts exhibitions, music concerts and community engagement events year round. Read more

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