ABOUT COUNTY CORK

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Cork, a county of Ireland, in the province of Munster, 80 m. long and 50 broad; bounded on the W by the Kerry and the Atlantic, N by Limerick, E by Waterford, and S by St George’s channel. It is divided into 232 parishes, and has “about” 702,000 inhabitants. It is very fertile, and has two considerable rivers, the Blackwater and the Lee.”

Cork and the astonishing countryside that envelops it will have you lost for words. Until you kiss the Blarney Stone, which, legend has it, gives the gift of eloquence. Cork is alive with the cultural richness of a modern city – with its renowned film and jazz festivals.

Legendary for its seafood and its beauty, Kinsale and its surroundings bring you to the heart of this wonderful land. Up the coast, witness some of the most dramatic natural beauty Ireland has to offer, including the lovely Beara peninsula. Out in the wild landscape, you’ll find Sean Nós, a form of unaccompanied singing.

Along the mouth of the Shannon, visit Limerick’s historic castles, and spend an intriguing couple of hours at the Hunt Museum. It’s a short drive to the imposing Rock of Cashel, one of Ireland’s most magnificent sights.  

Explore everything Kerry has to offer – from the shining lakes of Killarney, to the loveliness of the Ring of Kerry, from the unique Blasket Islands, to the modern town of Tralee.

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