We’ll turn our wheels to the city of Cork which sitting on an island amidst River Lee. Know to arouse some kind of attachment to itself, the city boasts amazing coffee shops, pubs, galleries and museum and though being a laidback city provide quite a lot experiences. The food (especially seafood) is incredible. Combine it with local craft beer to make your evening perfect.
While there are several museums and historic chapels which are worth a visit, the city as much places on its outskirts. History takes over in the town of Cobh as it reminds of the last port call made by the Titanic. The story unfolds at the old White Star Line offices. While dungeons, gardens, caves, and the famous Blarney Stone at the Blarney Castle has a different story to tell.
A world renowned garden designed by Harold Peto at the Garnish Island continues to flourish in its beauty since 1910. The island which also boast a clock tower, Grecian temple and Martello tower is a heaven for horticulturists and lovers of trees and shrubs.
Take a walk in the castle gardens or a kayak lesson paddling under the city bridges, city of Cork truly mesmerizes you.
Kinsale is another historic town and port in County Cork. Beautiful Charles Fort and James Fort on the shores guide you inside city of Kinsale. Giving out a view of long waterfront, yacht-filled harbour and bright coloured structures, Kinsale is known for fishing. Another wonderful place for seafood. It is known as the ‘Gourmet Capital’ of Ireland for boasting a greater number of restaurants than Dublin.
Kinsale is a popular attraction for those seeking adventures like deep sea angling, scuba diving, boat hire, fishing, kayaking, climbing and abseiling. One can spend their holidays however they want, be it adventurous or relaxed, and Kinsale is the place offering just that.
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