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James Fort Kinsale PDF Print E-mail

James fort was built on the site of an earlier fortification.

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Blue Flag Beaches PDF Print E-mail

Sea and sand, clean and unspoilt is the appeal of these two beaches, paradise for kids and adults alike.

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Fishing in the South West PDF Print E-mail

The South West coastline varies from magnificent sweeping bays to rugged inlets to wide estuaries and sandy beaches

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Fishing on the Bandon PDF Print E-mail

This large river drains a catchment of 235 square miles beginning in the Shehy Mountains of West Cork and ending up in Kinsale Harbour.

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Ballinadee PDF Print E-mail

Ballinadee is a small traditional country village serving the surrounding farming community.

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De Courcey Country PDF Print E-mail

Learn more of the history of the area from our fantastic map.

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Kinsale Garden of Remembrance PDF Print E-mail
Kinsale Garden of Remembrance is dedicated to the memory of Fr. Michael Judge, Chaplain in the New York Fire Department and to the 343 brave fire fighters, who so courageously lost their lives in New York on September 11th 2001.
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Kilgobbin Castle PDF Print E-mail
Kilgobbin Castle is a well preserved tower house on the west bank of the river Bandon, a few miles from Kinsale. The dwelling houses beside the castle was abandoned in the 1960's.
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Ballinspittle Woods PDF Print E-mail

Ballinspittle Wood is located adjacent to Ballinspittle village, 10 km west of Kinsale on R600.

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The moving statue of Ballinspittle grotto PDF Print E-mail

In July 1985, in the little town of Ballinspittle, Cork, Ireland a bizarre event gripped the town as people saw the grotto statue of the Virgin Mary come alive.

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Finbar Wright: A world class tenor PDF Print E-mail

Finbar Wright, tenor, songwriter, and poet, was born in Ballinspittle.

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Shore Fishing PDF Print E-mail

The shore fishing in the coastal area between the mouth of Kinsale Harbour and Garretstown compares favourably with other venues. The predominant species are Pollack, Wrasse (Conor), Mackeral,  Dogfish, Flounder, Ray and the sometimes elusive Bass.

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