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  1. 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

  2. The Stuffed Olive

    Bantry, Cork

    The stuffed Olive is ideally located in Bantry town, one minute walk away from Super Valu on Bridge Street. The perfect place to drop in for a coffee or lunch, or to pick up artisan produce. Read more

  3. The Brick Oven

    Bantry, Cork

    Authentic wood burning pizza oven, fresh Bantry Bay seafood, pasta, steaks and salads served daily. Open 12-late daily. Read more

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  4. Bantry Beara Peninsula

    Bantry, Cork

    Taking in Bantry, Glengarriff, Adrigole, Castletownbere, Allihies, Eyeries, Ardgroom, Lauragh, Healy Pass, Glengarriff and returning to Bantry. A distance of 151km. Read more

  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. Bantry House And Garden

    Bantry, Cork

    Found in Bantry, County Cork, Bantry House boasts a collection of art treasures as well as splendid gardens that date back to the 1850s. After many years of neglect, the gardens have been restored to their former glory. Read more

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  8. 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

  9. Lough Bofinne

    Bantry, Cork

    Lough Bofinne is three miles east of Bantry in County Cork and is regularly stocked with adult rainbow trout. It is an attractive 25 acre, clear water lake where anglers can also find the occasional pike, perch, eels and rudd. Read more

  10. 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

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