Bantry

  1. Hillside Walks

    Bantry, Cork

    At Hillside Walks in West Cork they will guide you on a West Cork Hill-walking Holiday on the beautiful Sheep’s Head coastline in County Cork and offer local accommodation information at Seamount Farm House. Read more

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  2. Moghul Indian Restaurant

    Bantry, Cork

    Moghul Indian Restaurant is in Bantry, County Cork and offer traditional Indian cuisine to dine in or take away. Read more

  3. South West Walks Ireland (Ireland Walk Hike Bike)

    Bantry, Cork

    South West Walks Ireland (Ireland Walk Hike Bike) located in Tralee, County Kerry is a family-run company organising excellent quality guided and escorted walking holidays. Read more

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  4. Eireventure Paragliding School

    Bantry, Cork

    Eireventure Paragliding School offers a number of courses to participants, to enjoy the ever-growing popular sport of paragliding in Bantry, County Cork. Read more

  5. Bantry Rowing Club

    Bantry, Cork

    Bantry Rowing Club's colours are navy blue and white. Read more

  6. Bantry Bay Divers

    Bantry, Cork

    Bantry Bay Divers located in Bantry, County Cork provide open circuit and close circuit technical diving courses. Read more

  7. Franciscan Abbey Bantry

    Bantry, Cork

    Bantry, County Cork was once the site of a Franciscan monastery built by the local O’Sullivan chieftain in the mid-15th century. Today, there is a graveyard and small altar that can be visited. Read more

  8. Kilnaruane Stone

    Bantry, Cork

    The ancient stone probably dates from early Christian Times and was a cross of some form. It represents one of the most interesting carvings of that period and stands over 2m high. Read more

  9. 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

  10. Coomhola River

    Bantry, Cork

    The Coomhola River drains into the top of Bantry Bay in County Cork. It gets a good run of grilse every season; it also gets a small run of sea trout in July and August. Read more

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