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Some of the most varied and impressive scenery in Ireland; Co Cork is enriched by an unusually warm and temperate climate. Washed by the warm Gulf Stream and the mild moist southerly winds, palm trees and bamboo flourish in one of the most popular tourist areas in Ireland.

Stone ring in the countryside in Co Cork, Ireland/
Harbour in Co Cork, Ireland/
Old lorry and trailer parked in Jameson Distillery, Midleton, Co Cork/

Jameson Distillery

Lawn leading to Collegiate Church in Cork/

Collegiate Church, Cork

Inside Cork Gaol/

Cork Gaol

Couple looking over a harbour in Co Cork/
Fountains in Fitzgerald Park, Co Cork/

Fitzgerald Park

Whale tail appearing out of the seas around Co Cork/
Waves breaking against a sandy beach in Co Cork/
Blarney Castle in Co Cork/

Blarney Castle

Two goats on rocky hills in Co Cork/
Waves breaking against rocky coastline in Co Cork/
Promenade in Cobh, Co Cork/

Cobh

Cheetah sheltering under a tree at Fota Wildlife Park in Co Cork/

Fota Wildlife Park

Couple walking along a street in Cork city/

The whole South West of Ireland is a region of scenic contrasts. It is steeped in ancient history and folklore. There are over 100 heritage and cultural sites of significance in the region and these sites cover many diverse aspects of Ireland’s heritage and culture.

Cork is the largest of all the Irish counties and Cork City, the European Capital of Culture 2005, is Ireland’s third city (after Dublin & Belfast). It is alive with the cultural richness of a truly modern city; annually featuring the world-renowned film and jazz festivals.

There is a plethora of activities from beach walking, horse riding in rugged open countryside, horse racing, castles and gardens to explore or even a chance to kiss the Blarney Stone!

Bantry House and gardens offers not only beautiful gardens, but a fine collection of tapestries, furniture and art treasures. Take time to visit Fota Wildlife Park with more than 70 species of exotic wildlife in open natural surroundings. Visit the West Cork Model Railway Village and wonder at the miniature world depicting Clonakilty, Kinsale, Bandon and Dunmanway as they were in the 1940s. Arigideen Valley Heritage Park takes you along an archaeological trail following the history of West Cork and Ilnacullin, Garinish Island is a small island perfect for lovers of trees and shrubs and plants of rare beauty.

Cobh, Titanic’s last port of call in 1912 has the Titanic Experience in the former White Star Line ticket office. Follow the old distillery trail and learn about the many steps in whiskey production at the Jameson Heritage Centre, Middleton.

There's something in Cork for everyone so book your trip now and experience the many delights this amazing county has to offer.

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