Schull Market is a Sunday treat (every Sunday from Easter to late September), with a very relaxed vibe in this charming harbour village close to Mizen Head.
Eat raw nettles, discover how to brew delicious herbal teas, pick a fresh salad and find out about common uses of plants, trees and funghi, the folklore of the flora of the Irish landscape with Will & Away foraging walks at various locations in Cork.
Built nearly six hundred years ago by one of Ireland's greatest chieftans, Cormac MacCarthy, and has been attracting attention ever since. Over the last few hundred years, millions have flocked to Blarney making it a world landmark and one of Ireland's greatest treasures.
Based in the grounds of stately Ballinacurra House near Kinsale, a half hour’s drive from Cork City, chef David Rice has his Kinsale Gourmet Academy offering a range of one-day or longer courses on everything from bread-baking and BBQ-ing to dessert making and the art of artisan pizza. Fun courses in a spectacular setting.
This craft brewery and distillery focuses on beers & artisan gins. Husband and wife team Sam & Maudeline Black welcome visitors throughout the week, the tours take you to the heart of the craft and they are located in one of Cork’s great gourmet hot-spots, the fishing harbour town of Kinsale.
This historic Irish country house has grace, warmth and style, and a restaurant (under head chef Teena Mahon) which focuses heavily on locally sourced, “Slow Food”.
On busy, vibrant McCurtain Street, Gallagher's is bright and airy, serving traditional and more contemporary food from breakfast right through to evening meals. One of the busier, foodie pubs in Cork City.