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  1. The Black Rock

    Bantry, Cork

    The Black Rock is situated under the 'guns' of Bantry House in West Cork on the main road. It is where ships journeying to the Americas and West Indies, berthed during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Read more

  2. Mass Rock Blarney

    Blarney, Cork

    Mass Rocks are found throughout Ireland, they were used in Penal times during the 17th century to celebrate mass at a time when doing so was illegal. This Mass Rock in Blarney, County Cork, is a particularly good example. Read more

  3. The Garden Restaurant at Griffin's Garden Centre

    Dripsey, Cork

    The Garden Restaurant at Griffin's is an inspired culinary experience! With views looking out on to a gorgeous river valley and food that is freshly prepared and cooked each day by the master chefs, a visit just for the food alone is worth it! Read more

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  4. Sherkin Island Franciscan Friary

    Sherkin Island, Cork

    Sherkin Island is located off the mainland of County Cork and is accessible by a ferry that leaves from Baltimore. In the mid-15th century, a friary was founded on the island, and it was both a place of worship and centre of learning. Read more

  5. Inish Beg Gardens

    Baltimore, Cork

    Inish Beg Gardens are located on the stunning Inish Beg Estate in West County Cork. The 40-hectare estate comprises woodlands, green fields, self-catering accommodation and lovely gardens, which can be visited on a guided walk. 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. Cadogan's Strand

    Schull, Cork

    Cadogan's Strand is located close to Schull Town in County Cork. It is a sheltered and safe location for most recreational activities. Read more

  8. Elizabeth Fort

    Cork City, Cork

    Elizabeth Fort dates to the early seventeenth century. The fort has played a hugely important role in Cork city since then. The walls of the fort offer a fantastic view of the city below. Read more

  9. Firkin Crane Dance Centre

    Cork City, Cork

    This interactive, colourful display, with original costumes, vintage film and theatrical posters, celebrates the intriguing story of Joan Denise Moriarty, doyenne of dance in Ireland. Read more

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  10. Mill Cove Gallery

    Castletownbere, Cork

    Mill Cove Gallery, in Castletownbere West Cork, exhibits the best of Irish contemporary art by established and emerging artists. The work on display includes painting, sculpture, ceramics and print. Read more

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