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Providing luxury tours for the corporate sector, golf entusiasts and sightseeing groups with experience and attention to detail.
Salve Marine is proud to offer marina facilities at Crosshaven, the gateway to Ireland's south and south west coast. Ideally located just 20 minutes from Cork City, Cork Airport and Cork Ferryport (Ringaskiddy).
Come, walk with Top of the Rock Walking Tours on the edge of West Cork.
The MV Thresher ferry departs from Cunnamore Pier between Ballydehob and Skibbereen, Co. Cork. Daily, year-round.
Situated in Youghal, County Cork, the Millennium Garden of Time is a spectacular place that was developed by the local Tidy Towns Committee. The garden is based on the Chi-Rho page from the Book of Kells and features a number of ponds.
The Flying Enterprise Lounge and Restaurant is a family business run by the O’Shea family since 1979. The award winning premises is centrally situated in the heart of Cork City.
On the banks of the Dungourney River, The Old Distillery, Midleton stands. It is a distillery steeped in history, set on 15 acres; this visitor attraction is both a cultural and educational place to visit.
Drombeg Stone Circle is a circle of 17 standing stones which on excavation showed that there had been an urn burial in the centre. It has been dated to between 153BC and 127AD.
The Caha Mountain Loughs are on the Caha Mountains on the Beara Peninsula to the south-west of Glengarriff in County Cork. There are about twenty loughs in all, and virtually all of them can be fished from the shore.
Courtmacsherry Sea Angling is one of Irelands premier angling centres based in the picturesque village of Courtmacsherry, County Cork.
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