If you want to enjoy a vacation that combines the magic and enchantment of Ireland with an abundance of natural beauty, then Cork is the place to visit. Located in the south west of Ireland, this is a fabulous destination, where you will find plenty in the way of surrounding beauty, from valleys, farmland, and lush greenery, to fabulous coastlines boasting golden sands and intriguing coves. Those looking to relax and soak up some natural beauty will be thrilled with beautiful Cork.
Cork is not just a place in which you can explore natural beauty, but is also filled with rich history, colorful culture, and wonderful sights. You will find a great deal to enjoy when you come here, so you can look forward to an itinerary that is exciting and diverse. You will be able to soak up the charm and character of Cork, get to chat to some of the friendly locals, and explore the diverse culture through the various events and festivities that take place here over the course of the year.
With so much to see and do you will certainly never be bored whilst you are in Cork, and you will also enjoy plenty of opportunities to relax or to enjoy some recreational fun and activity. An array of places to eat out will ensure that you do not go hungry, and you can enjoy a wide choice of cuisine from local specialties to international dishes, so you will find something to suit every taste and pocket. A choice of accommodation throughout Cork will enable you to find the ideal lodgings based upon your needs and your pocket.
Amongst the fabulous choice of attractions and sights that you can add to your itinerary when you come to Cork are the Bantry House and Gardens, the Blarney Castle Estate, Charles Fort, the Cobh Heritage Centre, the Cork City Gaol, Desmond Castle, the Donerale Wildlife Park, the Fota Wildlife Park, and the Jameson Heritage Centre. There are many other attractions, all within easy reach and situated in County Cork, so you can really get stuck in and enjoy exploring when you visit this area.