Holidays to Cork City
Nestled in the south of the gorgeous Emerald Isle, Cork City offers the perfect mix of coast, city and country, with a distinctly Irish feel. The nation's third biggest city, Cork spans both banks of the River Lee, meaning it's packed with beautiful bridges and postcard views are par for the course. With some great restaurants in the city centre, stunning architecture with the likes of St Finn Barre's Cathedral, and a characteristic friendly vibe, Cork's a great stay in Ireland.
Just a 30 minute drive from Cork City centre, this small sandy beach is popular for holiday homes. Busier in summer.
This stony beach is regularly frequented by surfers and walkers enticed by the beautiful headland trail.
Cork City Gaol
Perfect for children this museum brings the spooky past of this historic gaol to life with interactive exhibitions.
Royal Gunpowder Mills
While the mills themselves are humble, the walk through the woods to get there makes this unforgettable.
Wander around the Old Market
Enjoy the sounds, smells and sights at this historic market which has been at the heart of Cork life for centuries.
Grab a vintage bargain
For the antique and vintage lovers, Mother Jones Flea Market is unmissable. You never know what you might find.
Potatoes are a still a staple of Irish cooking and no more so than in a stew, with lamb and herbs for extra flavour.
Somewhere between a rosti and a pancake, Boxty is a potato cake made with grated and mashed spuds.
Rising Sons Brewery
Sampling some of Ireland’s brewery culture is essential and the relaxed Rising Son’s Brewery is a great place to start.
Probably the most famous of Cork’s breweries, this vaulted pub is steeped in medieval history.
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