Youghal, Co. Cork

Youghal (Irish: Eochaill) pronounced Yawl or Y'all is built on a steep riverbank on the estuary of the River Blackwater on the coastline of East County Cork. The name of the town derives from the yew woods (Eochaill) which were once plentiful in the area.

This bustling and picturesque town is regarded as one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland. The historic walled seaport town of Youghal adjoins a fine 5km blue flag beach and, because of the many historic buildings and monuments within its ancient town walls, has been designated as an Irish Heritage Port by the Irish Tourist Board.

Fishing in the River Blackwater (noted for salmon, trout and excellent coarse fish), golf, sailing, angling, pitch and putt and yachting are just some of the facilities that are located either nearby or in the town.

Gardens

Lismore Castle Gardens - Lismore County Waterford ireland
Lismore Castle Gardens
Lismore, Co. Waterford
Chapter after chapter of history - peopled with high profile characters from King John, who had the first castle built there, to the first Protestant Archbishop (the notorious Myler McGrath) to Sir Walter Raleigh, who owned it at one point - has ...

Golf

West Waterford Golf Clubhouse
West Waterford Golf Club
Dungarvan, Co. Waterford
Course Type: Parkland
The opening of this fine, Dungarvan development in 1993, was a particularly proud occasion for the designer, Eddie Hackett, who was seeing his 100th course become ready for play. The course is located in the Brickey Valley, just outside Dungarva ...

Self Catering

Selfcatering
Salterbridge Gatelodge
Cappoquin, Co. Waterford
Salterbridge Gatelodge, located in the glorious Blackwater Valley, dates from the mid 19th Century. Situated on the Salterbridge estate, on the valley road a mile from the charming village of Cappoquin, The Gatelodge is only 6 miles from the Heri ...

What's On

Cobh Farmers Market - County Cork - Fridays
Cobh Farmers Market

Sea Front, Cobh, County Cork

Fridays: 10am - 1pm

Contact: Tanya Burke. 021 481 4753

Tourist Attractions

Barryscourt Castle - Carrigtwohill County Cork Ireland
Barryscourt Castle
Carrigtwohill, Co. Cork
The site on which Barryscourt castle now stands has been occupied for over a thousand years - there is evidence of a wooden watermill having been built next to a stream at the site sometime in the 7th century, long before any fortification existe ...

Wedding Venues

Ballyvolane House - Wedding Venue in Fermoy County Cork Ireland
Ballyvolane House
Fermoy, Co. Cork
The Green family’s gracious mansion is surrounded by its own farmland, magnificent wooded grounds, a trout lake and formal terraced gardens, all carefully managed and maintained. The Italianate style of the present house - including a pilla ...
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    Renowned for seafood and hands-on hospitality, the FitzGibbon family of Aherne’s Townhouse & Seafood Bar in East Cork are offering a great value 3-night getaway by the sea...
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