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Rineen Woods is situated just 3k from Union Hall Village off the Castletownshend/Skibbereen Road. A great place for a family day out, here you'll find a collection of hand-crafted fairy houses located along the pathways by the water's edge and up in the trees. Bring...

Approximately 1/4 mile south of Glandore, this Elizabethan mansion is well worth a visit. It was erected by Sir Walter Coppinger, a member of a wealthy Cork city merchant family in the early 17th century. It is supposed to have a chimney for every month,...

From this vantage point, you will be looking out over the scenes of multiple shipwrecks that met their fate off the treacherous West Cork coast, including infamous wrecks such as The Lusitania and the Crescent City which struck Doolic Rock in dense fog on 8th...

All the family can enjoy a safe cycle down to the pier or beach and take in the views as you go. The Clonakilty & West Cork Community Cycle Scheme extends to Rosscarbery (Celtic Ross Hotel) and allows you to pick up a bike from...

This is a gothic ruin which was burnt down by Cromwellian forces in 1648. The Castlefreke woods are state-owned and have a marked trail showing both a linear and circuit walk. There is no entry to the castle for safety reason but it can be...