County Cork Ireland

Come to Cork

Welcome to Cork, the commercial, shopping and festival capital of the south.

Cork Corporation

Cork Corporation website provides an informative, interactive and user friendly virtual local government service to the citizens of Cork city. The interactive map of Cork City and Cork City centre, with its searchable street index of approx. 1,800 streets, is a valuable resource both for citizens and visitors.

Cork County Council

Cork County Council employs 2,146 staff. There are three divisional offices in Mallow, Clonakilty and Skibbereen and 22 Area Offices.

Cork Guide

Guide to Cork city and County with online accomodation reservations and Hotel bookings, visitor attractions, events, festivals and details of all major towns and villages.

Duhallow 2000 Directory

Duhallow 2000 Directory, gives a list of towns, business, property, tourist attractions and much more.

Eyeries Tourism

Eyeries, County Cork, Ireland is one of the most picturesque villages in West Cork. If you're thinking of a visit to Ireland or touring Ireland, include Eyeries on your itinerary. Located in the southwest of Ireland, and with magnificent walking and scenery, come to Eyeries to embrace the tranquillity.

Kinsale Chamber Of Tourism

Welcome to Kinsale, Ireland's gourmet centre. Our visitors are captivated by the town's setting, its long waterfront, narrow streets, and slate-clad houses. The bulk of Compass Hill rises sharply behind the town, overlooking a natural harbour of great beauty where the Bandon river turns south towards the sea.

Mallow, the crossroads of Munster

Mallow in central North Cork deep in the Blackwater Valley. History, business and information.


Set in the centre of an area of outstanding natural beauty, Schull is one of the loveliest villages in West Cork, Ireland. This website is packed full of information about places to stay, places to eat, local businesses and services, and great activities in and around Schull.

Skibbereen Heritage Centre

Located in West Cork this centre features the Great Famine Commemoration Exhibition and the Lough Hyne Interpretive Centre.