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Cork is the largest county in Ireland and is part of the province of Munster. It is situated in the southwest of the country. It is a diverse region, from the sprawling metropolis of Cork City (the Republic's second major city), to the river valleys of the Lee, to its rugged Atlantic coastline and its fertile farmlands, it is an area that has something to offer all of its visitors.

The city of Cork has its origins in the 10th century, beginning with a Viking settlement. The 12th century saw it taken over by the Anglo-Normans, who built a fortified city between the two main channels of the River Lee. The city, as it looks today, sprang from developments during the late 17th and 18th centuries. It remains a city of narrow streets and church spires, though more modern buildings now compliment the older architecture. 2005 sees Cork being celebrated as the European Capitol of Culture.

Elsewhere in the county other attractions include: Fota Wildlife Park, a modern zoo, on 70 acres of land, where many of the animals roam free, renowned for its conservation and breeding programmes; Barryscourt Castle, located at Carrigtwohill, a 13th century structure, with its two towers still intact; Old Midleton Distillery, the largest distillery in Ireland, an audio/visual tour gives the visitor great insight into the story of Irish whiskey. Cork has its own International Airport (located just five miles from the city) and boasts the largest port in the south of the Republic.

Cork Locations:
Beara Accommodation
Ballycotton Accommodation
Ballylickey Accommodation
Ballyvourney Accommodation
Baltimore Accommodation
Bandon Accommodation
Bantry Accommodation
Blarney Accommodation
Carrigaline Accommodation
Clonakilty Accommodation
Cobh Accommodation
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Douglas Accommodation
Glanmire Accommodation
Crosshaven Accommodation
Fermoy Accommodation
Glengarriff Accommodation
Kinsale Accommodation
Macroom Accommodation
Mallow Accommodation
Midleton Accommodation
Mitchelstown Accommodation
Schull Accommodation
Shanagarry Accommodation
Skibbereen Accommodation
Youghal Accommodation

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