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County Cork

County Cork

Of these 7500 km², County Cork is officially the second largest county in Ireland. Located at the southern tip of the country, the Cork region is particularly famous for its numerous tourist attractions. From Cork to Kinsale, or Cobh, the corners to visit will plunge you into a typical Irish charm, which subtly mixes cities and countryside, villages and wild landscapes…

Visit County Cork

A region between wide open spaces and dynamic cities!

Don’t miss the city of Cork, the official capital of the county, known for being a student city on the move. There are many tourist and cultural sites that will offer you a complete view of the region (historical, cultural…etc.), and the possibilities of accommodation on site are numerous (B&B, Cottage, Hotels…etc.)!

Don’t miss either the famous castles and other ruins of the region, including the Blarney Castle, a real marvel for the eyes!


County Cork: discover the map

(Tourist sites and places to eat and drink)


County Cork: activities and sites to visit

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Local irish food


County Cork : getting around