10 things to do in Clonakilty
Model Railway Village:
Tour West Cork on foot in one hour.
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
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
Replica of Model-T at Ballinascarthy, the birthplace of Henry Ford’s ancestors
Visit the many interesting galleries around the town.
RNLI Lifeboat sation in Courtmacsherry
15 things to do on a wet day in Clonakilty
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
Surf the web or send those long overdue emails
Step back in time in this museum located on Western Road
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
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
Unwind and relax with a beauty massage, hair or holistic treatment.