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10 things to do in Clonakilty

Model Railway Village:
Tour West Cork on foot in one hour.

Timoleague Abbey:
Well worth seeing the ruins of this 14th Century Franciscan Abbey.

Clonakilty Museum/The Big Fella:
A display of Michael Collins memorabillia at the Museum and his birthplace, Woodfield. memorial statue at Emmet Square

Lios-Na-gCon Ringfort:
Step back in time at this restored site of an acient fort.

Galley Head Lighhouse:
Amazing views all along the coast from the Fastnet to the Old Head of Kinsale

Drombeg Stone Circle:
One of the finest stone Circles constructed in Ireland

Roman Catholic Church:
Worth seeing with fine examples of stained glass and hand-carved statues

Henry Ford:
Replica of Model-T at Ballinascarthy, the birthplace of Henry Ford’s ancestors

Art/Photo Exhibitions:
Visit the many interesting galleries around the town.

RNLI Lifeboat sation in Courtmacsherry

15 things to do on a wet day in Clonakilty

Morning Coffee:
Enjoy some homemade scones and freshly brewed Fairtrade coffee in one of the many coffee shops / restaurants around the town.

Road Train Tour:
Go undercover and discover Clonakilty

Catch up on all the latest releases at the Park Cinema

Cyber Cafe:
Surf the web or send those long overdue emails

Clonakilty Museum:
Step back in time in this museum located on Western Road

Music Session:
Flavour at first hand some traditional music in many local venues

See a selection on local history and major Irish authors. Internet access also available.

In the Celtic Ross Hotel, Rosscarbery

Driving Range:
Improve your swing at the Rosscarbery driving range

Browse in one of the many local bookshops

Clonakilty boasts a variety of interesting shops offering value and choice

Michael Collins Centre & Agrideen Heritage Park:
Well worth the visit

Clon’s fine restaurants and many pubs offer great choice to suit all pockets

Browse the interesting art, craft and photo galleries around the town

Pamper Yourself:
Unwind and relax with a beauty massage, hair or holistic treatment.

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