The biggest county in Ireland has so much to offer that you are bound to find something to suit your tastes.

From the lively centre of Cork City, to the sweet tranquillity of Mizen Head, Cork County is a study in contrasts.


View of the North Gate Bridge, Cork City

Situated in the South West of Ireland, Cork County offers a variety of landscape: from rich farmlands and river valleys to the wild sandstone hills of the west and  the magnificent coastline scooped and fretted by the Atlantic.

The coastline is rich and sea-lovers can explore great bays and secret coves, strewn with rocky headlands and long soft golden sand beaches. One moment you are in the midst of a world-class shopping expedition, and the next, you are pausing to absorb a spectacular seaside vista!


Kinsale Harbour, Cork

All of which makes County Cork a unique and delightful area to visit. The Rivers Lee and Blackwater, flowing through gently rolling meadows to the sea, will serve as your guide as you explore this delightful County.

While the lively arts and music culture will make your heart beat faster, the beautiful scenery and world-class dining will give you plenty of reason to kick back and relax.

Video from the Cork Convention Bureau

For more information on events taking place in Cork city during your stay, please click here.