Kinsale is a kaleidoscope of Irish history. Everyone of note (a bit like the tourists of today) ultimately end up visiting Kinsale. Celts & Vikings, Normans & English, wine merchants & traders, pirates & sailors. All have left an indelible mark on this remarkably pretty town. In fact at one stage Kinsale was a more important port than Cork itself as it was the last big port before crossing the stormy Atlantic.
While the town is now more famous for its food, people also come to admire the 800 year old Church of Saint Multose the star-shaped Charles Fort and its many other historical buildings.
A visit to Kinsale should be on every bucket list visit to Ireland whether as a short break getaway or as part of a wider itinerary . There is so much to see and do along the Wild Atlantic Way of which Kinsale is a part. So why not contact us for a price, we would love to hear from you.