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Not overly long by modern standards the main hazards and attraction on this wonderfully maintained 27-hole course are its trees. A most enjoyable test of golf that cater for golfers of all abilities. Course record 64.
An Alister MacKenzie championship designed golf course located in the parklands of Cork harbour. The course is built on free-draining limestone with many unusual features that combine to make Cork Golf Club a golfing challenge.
Fota Island Resort, twice host to the Irish Open, has championship golf courses set amongst beautiful parkland scenery, which are maintained to the very highest of standards to ensure year round golfing enjoyment.
Muskerry Golf club celebrated its centenary in 2007. This mature parkland course has certainly stood the test of time and has one of the finest finishing stretches in Munster.
Skibbereen Golf Course originally a 9 hole facility founded in 1935, the club celebrated its official 18-hole opening in 1993.
Visit this unique star-shaped military fortress that has stood guard over Kinsale harbour for over three hundred years.
The Emigration & Maritime Story is a dramatic exhibition of the origins, history and legacy of Cobh. Themes explored include the Irish famine, emigration from Ireland and the two famous liners, Titanic and Lusitania.
Take a delightful and quaint step into the past at the West Cork Model Railway Village.
Experience bygone days in Cork, both inside and outside prison walls, and also discover the impact radio has had since its invention at the Cork City Gaol and Radio Museum Experience. Located within earshot of the famous Bells of Shandon.
Fota Wildlife Park’s primary objective is to provide the highest possible standard of care, housing and quality of life for its entire species, both native and exotic. It is located in Carrigtwohill, County Cork.
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