Tag Archives: West Cork
A Taste of West Cork Food Festival will be celebrating the best of Irish produce between the 4th & 13th September 2015. Continue reading
Tweet 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 … Continue reading
Tweet West Cork is known for boasting some of Ireland’s most scenic and rugged coastline. The area attracts many people taking a vacation in Ireland due to the fantastic whale watching and sea kayaking opportunities it offers.
Tweet One of West Cork’s finest festivals is set to take place in Bantry town, celebrating traditional music in its purest form. Throwing open its doors to some of the very best musicians in the land, this unique music festival … Continue reading
Tweet 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 … Continue reading
Tweet The West Cork Chamber Music Festival will take place this year from 28th June – 6th July within the charming waterfront town of Bantry.
Tweet This year from June 21st to 30th, the Cork Midsummer Festival will take place. The annual festival takes place in Cork city and captivates a growing audience of all ages year on year. Popular with both tourists and locals, it … Continue reading
Tweet In Skibbereen, West Cork, there will be a Children’s Festival full of exciting events and workshops in an action packed week for children of all ages. The festival will take place from July 22nd to 28th. The week long event includes … Continue reading
Tweet Two of West Cork’s finest fares will soon be appearing on the shelves of UK Supermarkets nationwide!
Tweet 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 … Continue reading