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  1. Seafari Fun Eco-Nature & Seal Watching Cruises

    Kenmare, Kerry

    Visitors to Seafari in Kenmare, County Kerry can relax on a comfortable cruise while a friendly captain and guide tell about the history and ecology of the area. It is a spectacular wildlife experience and fun for all. Read more

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  2. Carbery Sailing

    Ahakista, Cork

    Carbery Sailing offers RYA sailing courses, Wild Atlantic Way cruises and chartered sailing trips on Ireland’s beautiful Atlantic coast in West Cork. Read more

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  3. Cork Whale Watch

    Union Hall, Cork

    Colin Barnes of Cork Whale Watch, is Ireland’s longest established whale watching operator and has been enthralling whale watchers in west Cork since 2001. Colin has been monitoring whales along the Cork coast in a career spanning over 40 years. Read more

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  4. Ireland's Wildlife

    Rosscarbery, Cork

    Amazing wildlife, stunning local scenery and local knowledge. Get closer to the wild side of Ireland's South West with Discover Wildlife Walks, Weekends and guided tours from Ireland's Wildlife. Read more

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  5. Garnish Point

    Allihies, Cork

    Garnish beach is a white sandy beach with beautiful views over Dursey Island Read more

  6. Schull Harbour

    Schull, Cork

    Schull is a busy and scenic tourist village with coastal landscape to the south and the upland landscape of Mount Gabriel to the north. As a hub for recreational water sports from sailing to diving. Read more

  7. Castletownbere Harbour

    Castletownbere, Cork

    An attractive and busy fishing town. Good quality main street shops and visitor facilities. Palm trees on the waterfront indicate mild climate influenced by North Atlantic Drift. Read more

  8. Pontoon Pier

    Castletownbere, Cork

    Pontoon Pier is your Embarkation Point for Bere Island. Read more

  9. Glengarriff Harbour

    Glengarriff, Cork

    Situated on the sheltered Bantry Bay, Glengarriff is surrounded by high rugged mountains and ancient oak forest. Acclaimed as one of the oldest tourist destinations in Ireland. Read more

  10. Bantry Harbour

    Bantry, Cork

    Looking out over Bantry Bay to Whiddy Island and across to Beara peninsula, Bantry harbour is an attractive working harbour on the edge of Bantry Town. The harbour also provides a year round ferry service to nearby Whiddy Island. Read more

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