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  1. Perks Entertainment Centre

    Youghal, Cork

    One of the largest indoor funfair entertainment centres in Ireland. Read more

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  2. The Blackwater Valley Cycle Route

    Youghal, Cork

    The Blackwater Valley Cycle Route is a most interesting route that starts in the historic Heritage Town of Youghal, County Cork and ends in Killarney, County Kerry. Cyclists can of course join the route anywhere along the way. Read more

  3. Claycastle Beach

    Youghal, Cork

    Claycastle Beach is located near the town of Youghal in County Cork and is an ideal spot for walking, swimming and relaxing. It is very popular with residents and visitors alike. Read more

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  4. Guided Tours Of Olde Youghal

    Youghal, Cork

    Take a step back in time and experience olde Youghal with a trained Youghal Tourism Development Guide. This walking tour, which last 90 minutes, takes in the medieval streets of Youghal, Tyntes Castle, Saint Marys Collegiate Church and much more. Read more

  5. Moby Dick's

    Youghal, Cork

    The 1954 movie of the same name actually gave birth to this pub and its popularity in general. The film company used the pub as its base and most of the cast stayed there during filming. Read more

  6. Millennium Garden of Time

    Youghal, Cork

    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. Read more

  7. St. Mary's Collegiate Church

    Youghal, Cork

    St Mary’s Collegiate Church is one of the oldest Christian sites in Ireland, as it is thought to have been home to a monastic settlement of St Declan of Ardmore in the 5th century. It is found in the coastal town of Youghal, County Cork. Read more

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  8. Blackwater Cruises

    Youghal, Cork

    Blackwater Cruises leaves Youghal Jetty, sailing past Rhincrew, Templemichael Castle, Ballinatray House and the ancient monastic settlement of Molana Abbey, which was founded in 501. To book a trip on Maeve, a twenty eight feet half decker, telephone Tony. Duration is one and one half hours. Read more

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  9. Youghal Heritage Centre and Tourist Office

    Youghal, Cork

    Youghal Tourist Office is situated on the quayside of Youghal Town, in County Cork right next to the Clock Gate. Inside there is an informative Heritage Centre. Read more

  10. Aura Youghal Leisure Centre

    Youghal, Cork

    Aura offers everybody, no matter your age or fitness level, the opportunity to improve your health and fitness as well as have fun. Read more

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