Official tourism website for Cork, Ireland



Whether it’s your first outdoor experience or you’re already a fully-fledged adrenaline junkie, Cork is brimming with adventure possibilities. Ballyhass Wake Park and cycling in the Ballyhoura Mountains are among many places in Cork to get your heart racing!

Pure Culture

Unpack Cork and Ireland's history by visiting some of our many galleries and culture centres, like Nano Nagle Place, the Crawford Art Gallery, The Glucksman, the Uillinn Arts Centre, the Sirius Arts Centre in Cobh

Family Fun

Kids and families will love Clonakilty’s Model Railway Village, and watch their faces when they see the slides, wipe-out balls, trampolines, monkey puzzle bars at the Lagoon Activity Centre in Rosscarbery!

Pure Food

Go on a food journey with local woman Joleen Cronin as she samples the culinary delights on the Wild Atlantic Way from a fishing trip with Kinsale Deep Sea Angling to the Diva Café in Ballinspilttle near Kinsale to!

Old Butter Roads

If you like food trails you'll love this quirky cultinary tour filled with delicious local delights and fascinating history. From local cafés like the Old Blarney Post Office at the gates of Blarney Castle to the Butter Museum in the city's old historic quarter this is a must-do!

Blackrock Castle Observatory

Discover the delights of astronomy at the planetarium, housed in the oldest surviving structure in Cork at Blackrock Castle with a history daying to 1582 A.D.!

What Made Me Fall In Love With Cork?

Robbie Brooks describes the welcome, serendipity and friendliness that greeted him when he and his family moved to Cork.

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