Welcome to the Heart of Cork!

Embark on an adventure in Cork City and East Cork, where history, culture, and excitement converge. Wander through the iconic marvel at the imposing Blackrock Castle, and kiss the legendary Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle. Visit the historic English Market in the heart of the city. Encounter exotic animals at Fota Wildlife Park and dive into maritime history in Cobh, where the Titanic Experience and Cobh Heritage Centre offer a fascinating glimpse into the past. Enjoy breath-taking coastal views and explore the enchanting streets of Cobh. Pedal your way along the picturesque Cork Harbour Greenway, or for a truly unique experience, sign up for a tour that includes a ferry ride to Spike Island in Cobh.

Explore the historic Clock Gate Tower in Youghal, which offers a glimpse into the town’s storied past. Venture along the Eco-board walk and view stunning coastal panoramas and beautiful beaches like Claycastle which was awarded the Blue Flag, one among 14 awards for County Cork. For a longer trek, the Knockadoon Cliff Walk combines rugged cliffs and scenic tracks, featuring an 1803 signal tower. The mystical Glenbower Woods in Killeagh invites you to wander among majestic giant Redwood trees and discover a historic holy well.

Don’t miss the vibrant festivals that light up Cork City, from the renowned Guinness Jazz Festival to a myriad of live music and cultural events that keep the city buzzing year-round. Unwind with a tour of the iconic Jameson Distillery in Midleton, where you can savour world-famous Irish whiskey. Whether you’re seeking thrilling adventures or rich cultural experiences, Cork City and East Cork offer an unforgettable journey at every turn.

Things to do in Cork

Explore a delightful selection of coffee favorites at our dock. From classic espressos to specialty brews, we offer something for every palate. Treat yourself
to a flavorful latte or indulge in a refreshing cold brew. Pair your coffee with our tasty snacks for the perfect pick-me-up.

Where to stay in Cork

Discover the perfect accommodations in Cork, where a range of options cater to every traveler’s needs. Whether you seek luxurious hotels with riverfront views, cozy bed and breakfasts in picturesque villages, or budget-friendly hostels in the heart of the city, Cork offers a welcoming stay for all.

Where to eat in Cork

Indulge in Cork’s rich culinary scene, where fresh local produce and culinary passion converge to create unforgettable dining experiences. From vibrant food markets to remote island cookery courses, immerse yourself in the flavors of County Cork and discover why it’s a haven for food enthusiasts.