County Cork serves up jagged coastlines, castles and colourful towns, covering most of Ireland’s southwest coastline. Cork, its capital, is often dubbed by the locals as the real capital of Ireland, and with warm welcomes, cosy pubs and an abundance of live music, it’s not hard to understand why.
Not only a stunning coastline, its towns are made up of delightful colourful buildings, which makes County Cork a perfect destination for all travellers and their varying tastes. Hop from town to town, soaking in the local culture, or take in the lush farmlands by bike or on foot.
And let’s not forget that County Cork is home to the world-famous Blarney Stone, in the grounds of Blarney Castle. Add this stop to your holiday itinerary and find out what happens to those who kiss it.