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Families (children under 10 years)

  • Charles Fort

    Charles FortCharles Fort is a classic example of a late 17th century star-shaped fort. With legendary battles and spooky ghosts, there's lots here to keep you entertained.

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  • Lios-na-gCon, Restored Ancient Fort

    Lios-na-gCon, Restored Ancient FortLios-na-gCon is an excellent example of a restored ringfort close to Clonakilty. Ringforts were built and occupied between c.400 AD and c.1200 AD, in the Early Christian and Viking periods.

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  • Blackwater River Cruise

    Blackwater River CruiseRelax on your boat as Captain Tony entertains with colourful stories of the region.

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  • Barryscourt Castle

    Barryscourt CastleBarryscourt castle is the 16th century seat of the Barry family. The present castle, which has been renovated recently is a fine example of an Irish tower house with many defensive features such as a murder hole, crenulations, and stumble steps.

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  • Blarney Woodland Farm

    Blarney Woodland FarmBlarney Woodland Farm is a treat for smaller family members who get a chance to get up close with a variety of animals in a lovely setting.

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  • Millstreet Country Park

    Millstreet Country ParkEnjoy the scenery while discovering the Park's environmental heritage in all its facets. We pause here to remind you that the Park is large with many miles of trails. Some are short and can be covered quickly by even the most reluctant rambler while others are more extensive.

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  • Beach Walking

    Beach WalkingOne of our favourite Sunday afternoon activities is a long walk along Redbarn Strand (near Youghal in East Cork), followed by lunch or dinner in one of the towns romantic seafood restaurants.

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  • The Queenstown Story

    The Queenstown StoryPop down to Cobh (20 minutes by train from Cork City). The Queestown story tells of coffin & convict ships, graceful liners and tragic ship wrecks (including The Titanic) and of the 3 million people who emigrated from Cobh.

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  • Lifetime Lab

    Lifetime LabWhile the name does not sound like much, this is a fascinating multi award winning tour for all the family that is both entertaining and educational.

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  • Mitchelstown Caves

    Mitchelstown CavesMitchelstown Caves are said to be one of Europe’s major show caves, they are situated off the main Cork to Dublin road and is a must on your itinerary of the region.

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