Cork, home of fine food, culture and a spectacular untouched coastline

14 Apr 2022
A view of the harbour at Crosshaven, Co Cork, home to the world's oldest yacht club. Picture: David Creedon / Anzenberger

Jo Kerrigan list some of the reasons why people who visit Cork are so keen to return.


Cork: The capital of the south

Whatever it is you are hoping to discover on a staycation, you are guaranteed to find it in Cork.

It’s the largest county in Ireland, and one of the most varied, whether you are searching for pretty little towns and fine dining or spectacular landscapes and mountainsides; winding rivers and waterfalls, or relaxed fishing and forest walks; sailing, kayaking and horse-riding or historic sites and that perfect beach for the children. The list of possibilities and temptations is endless.

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