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Internationally renowned, this festival features over 1,000 musicians in 400 sessions at 70 venues - with concerts, a Jazz Camp, a Jazz Choir, a singers' corner and a music trail.
At the annual World Ghost Convention, a colourful assortment of fascinating supernatural topics are explored by international guest speakers and personal supernatural experiences shared.
The Nightmare Realm, Ireland's premier scare house walk-through attraction, will once again be opening its doors, and this year the recurring nightmare is going to be bigger and freakier than...
Homemade by Jo is just that, all our cakes, soups and sandwiches are homemade at Jo’s café. The aroma of freshly baked scones every morning makes Jo’s a popular morning stop for many people. Using her grandmothers and her mother’s recipes along with her own, Jo produces a sumptuous selection of baked cakes, cookies and treats daily to suit every mood.
About Cork Taxi Tours is a customer focused taxi company based on a simple idea. People are different and because of that simple truth all tours are based on what customers tell the company. From what time you are collected to where you want to see and just how long you want to stay there.
Cork City Library service includes local branches and the Central Library on Grand Parade in Cork City. The Central Library is home to the City Libraries' largest collection of materials for adults and children.
Aquatrek in Youghal, County Cork is an ISA and RYA recognised sailing and power-boating centre.
The loop walk starts at the Post Office on Bridge Street.
Iain O'Driscoll's sea angling charter boat, Blue Thunder, based in Schull, County Cork, offers reef, wreck, shark and general inshore fishing. Also offers night charters.
The Monkstown Slí is 4km in length, the Ringaskiddy Slí is 3km and the Little Island walk is 2.4km.
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