Category Archives: West Cork Islands
The summer is a time to switch off and explore unique destinations. We have compiled a list of must-visit destinations for Summer 2020.
The happiness of the big day is still in the air and the love makes everything magic to keep dreaming about the future together…. There is no better place than West Cork to make you feel these emotions. The sea, … Continue reading
If you are looking to take a vacation in Ireland, Tripadvisor have just announced its users’ favourite beaches from all over the world, including the top 10 beaches in Ireland. In the survey Clonakilty’s Inchydoney Beach came top of the … Continue reading
The West Cork region is known for boasting some of Ireland’s most stunningly beautiful, scenic and rugged coastline. The area attracts many people taking a vacation in Ireland due to the fantastic whale watching and sea kayaking and coastal walking … Continue reading
A range of international talent is set to descend upon the scenic West Cork region of Ireland this July with the return of the now world-famous West Cork Literary Festival. The town of Bantry is set to come alive with … Continue reading
Images of the south west coast of Ireland are set to feature on Canadian TV this year. Particularly images of Kinsale and Cork will be seen on 1.5 million Canadians. This is due to one of Canada’s most successful TV … Continue reading
Situated off the South West coast of Ireland, Cape Clear Island is Ireland’s southernmost inhabited island, located just 8 miles off the coast of Baltimore in West Cork. Now in its 20th year, the annual Storytelling Festival takes places from … Continue reading
While on an Ireland vacation in West Cork, you may be surprised to discover a hidden and quite unexpected gem… Garnish Island. The island is home to a garden of unique beauty, so much so, that garden lovers from all over the globe … Continue reading
Ryanair have announced new routes to the West of Ireland, with three new services to be rolled out at Knock Airport, as well as additional flights to and from existing destinations.
With the Olympics just a few days away, Irish sporting pride is already on a high with news that an Irish amateur swimmer has made history by completing the gruelling Seven Oceans challenge. Steve Redmond from Ballydehob in the scenic … Continue reading