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Glandore, Co. Cork

Glandore (Irish: Cuan Dor, meaning harbour of the oaks) is a charming coastal village about an hour's drive west of Cork city.

Due to its location, Glandore was one of the earlier settlements in the area. In 1215, the Normans built two castles here. The village has several pubs, serving beer, food, and often there is traditional music.

The village yacht club's unofficial headquarters is in the Glandore Inn, sailing is one of the main attractions to Glandore and its neighbour Union Hall in the summer. There are two islands in the bay, one named Adam, the other Eve. Sailing instructions for entering the bay used to be 'Avoid Adam and hug Eve'.

Gardens

Glebe gardens - Cork
Glebe Gardens and Cafe
Baltimore, Co. Cork
There is something very heartening about a productive garden, where all the plants are useful as well as decorative. Created by Jean and Peter Perry, this five acre seaside garden exists in happy synergy with their other enterprise, the Courtyard ...
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Golf

The 11th Fairway
Bantry Bay Golf Club
Bantry, Co. Cork
Course Type: Clifftop-Parkland
Founded in 1975, Bantry Bay Golf Club in Co Cork has been described as "one of the most spectacular golf courses in the world" and visitors have long been enthralled by the charms of West Cork and this delightful course. The 6,690 ya ...
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Self Catering

Rolfs Cottages - Self Catering - Baltimore County Cork ireland
Rolfs Cottages
Baltimore, Co. Cork
Built around a courtyard and set in mature grounds and gardens, all of the Self-Catering Holiday Cottages have their own garden patio and a front terrace. From here, you can enjoy views of the distant hills (with a historic Spanish tower) to the ...
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What's On

Clonakilty Farmers Market - County Cork - Thursdays
Clonakilty Farmers Market

Location: Venue Yard, Behind O'Donovan's Hotel, Clonakilty

Every Thursday 10am - 2pm

Contact: Chairperson ( Elected) Greta Kelly 086 23 ...
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Tourist Attractions

Skibbereen Heritage Centre - Heritage Centre in Skibbereen - Skibbereen  County Cork Ireland
Skibbereen Heritage Centre
Skibbereen, Co. Cork
The Heritage Centre is located in the award winning, beautifully restored Old Gasworks Building, in Skibbereen and is home to the Great Famine Commemoration Exhibition that commemorates the tragic period in the 1840s that is known in Irish Histor ...
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Wedding Venues

Wedding
Mary Anns Bar and Restaurant
Castletownshend, Co. Cork
Castletownshend is one of west Cork’s most picturesque villages and was home to Somerville and Ross, the two Victorian ladies who wrote Tales of an Irish R.M. - and it is also where you will find the lovely church of St Barrahane famous for ...
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