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Castlepark Marina, Cork, Ireland
Castlepark Marina or Port Castlepark is hosted by the fishing town of Kinsale which is located only 25 km away from the Cork city. Tourists can find this marina in the province of Munster and County Cork, at the mouth of the River Bandon. This is a popular tourist resort where yachting and angling are top choices of those who are passionate about nautical activities. This is the perfect place for a relaxing vacation due to a silent, natural environment and a traditional village where a golf course can be found. Those who wish to explore this settlement’s culture and history can visit its art galleries, its narrow streets and its restaurants. Colourful shops can be seen everywhere, offering the village a joyful air. Travellers who have a taste for jazz music can participate to an annual Jazz Festival in October. There are plenty of romantic and luxurious hotels that can host numerous tourists such as the Trident Hotel Kinsale, the Actons Hotel, the Blue Haven Hotel, etc.
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Cork is the largest Irish county in Ireland and the southernmost destination in this country, being a part of the province of Muster and the South-West Region. It is bordered by the county of Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary and Waterford and it is the second most populous region in the country. It was named after its capital, the city of Cork and it is comprised of 24 baronies, 253 parishes and more than 5000 townlands.
Three of the main destinations in County Cork are the city that wears the same name, the cities of Ballincollig and Carrigaline. Tourists who choose this destination are attracted by fantastic mountain landscapes and a wealthy natural environment that offers authenticity and incredible landscapes. The rivers Bandon, Blackwater and Lee have played an important role through time and the two main sea loughs are enjoyable relaxation places.
Long beaches, steep cliffs, numerous islands and lush forests form County Cork’s rare, natural heri... more info