The largest county in Ireland, County Cork, nicknamed the Rebel County, offers something for everyone! Castles and manor houses dot the countryside, each with its own story to tell Ireland`s oft tragic history among them, the world famous Blarney Castle, allegedly the source of the Irish ability to charm in conversation. It offers a landscape of unparalleled beauty, a coast with centers for sailing, swimming, scuba diving with golf, horseback riding and fishing a short step inland plus the area`s reputation as providing some of the best seafood in the country. From the excitement and energy of Cork City to the unsullied countryside of West Cork and the coastal regions the county provides something for everyone. And once you have seen the sun set over Kinsale, dined on the freshest seafood and wandered the county`s hills and valleys you`ll find yourself knowing why.
Second largest city in Ireland and nicknamed the Rebel city, it`s narrow alley ways, waterways and Georgian architecture helps to give the city a genuine continental feel.
One of the most picturesque, popular and fashionable resorts of the south-west coast of Ireland. The town's setting, its beautiful natural harbor, narrow streets and slate-clad houses is captivating!
Just 5 miles northwest of Cork, Blarney is the `biggest little village in Ireland`. The main attraction is the Blarney Castle, famous for its Stone and the Blarney Wooden Mills.
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