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You can reach Castlepark Marina by calling VHF14 / 39.
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Castlepark Marina is located in Cork.
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 heritage and represent main attractions for water sports lovers. County Cork is also known as Contae Chorcai in Irish and it is often called “The Rebel County” due to historical events in the 15th century. This historically charged region attracts history enthusiasts and travellers from the four corners of the world who wish to discover the insights of an ancient culture, away from contemporary urban spaces. It is an evergreen land where historical attractions and cultural events are perfectly combined.
Art festivals, music events, comedy festivals, film contests, literary gatherings and many others are main reasons why such a large number of tourists tend to choose this side of Ireland. There are unique places of interest that are worth exploring, mostly surrounded by nature and wildlife, such as the Blarney Stone and the Port of Cobh which is renowned for being the last stop of the worldwide famous ship, the Titanic, the Fota Island, the Fota Wildlife Park, etc. Historical and heritage tours, as well as sightseeing tours, boat tours and water sports are top choices of active tourists in this spectacular area.
Some of the main landmarks of Cork County are the Blarney Castle & Gardens in Blarney, the Old Head Golf Links, the Gougane Barra Park, the Cathedral of Cobh which is an architectural masterpiece, the Charles Fort in Kinsale, a medieval attraction that leaves tourists breathless and various other impressive sights that are worth visiting at least once in a lifetime. Water sports enthusiasts are encouraged to explore natural surroundings while taking kayak or canoe tours.
Another of County Cork’s excellent objectives is the Jameson Distillery in Midleton which offers a great opportunity to learn about the mysteries of whiskey making. County Cork is a perfect destination for an active vacation and it welcomes its guests in a perfectly natural environment with an everlasting beauty and infinite mysteries. Ancient ruins, archaeological sites and imposing, tall buildings are waiting to be explored by tourists who need to feed their curiosity.
This is an amazing place for the summer, but it is also a suitable location for long walks and relaxing journeys all year round.
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