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Port of Cork

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2 Island View, Loughbeg, Rinn an Scidígh, Co. Corcaigh, T12 KV9R, Irlanda 2 Island View, Loughbeg, Rinn an Scidígh, Co. Corcaigh, T12 KV9R, Irlanda

Information from the Port of Cork

Information about the port of Cork

Travel to Cork with Clickferry.com, an Irish city on the southwest coast of the island.

County Cork has spectacular scenery, a rich culture that is the product of a long history and a coastline with stunning beaches. Known as the "gourmet city of Ireland", Cork has very important markets with local produce, as well as a wide variety of restaurants where you can savour tasty local dishes.

The Shandon Church Tower is the most famous building in Cork. Its clock is known as the "four-sided liar", as from the base of the building each clock seems to show a different time. In its tower the tourist can experience the art of ringing its bells.

Another highlight is the English Market, an indoor market where authentic delicacies are sold, as well as fish, meat, fruit and much more.

A few kilometres from the city is the Blackrock Castle Observatory, a castle at the mouth of the Lee River, whose main tower houses an astronomical observatory.

Other recommended visits are: the Cork Prison and the Radio Museum Experience, a tour of Daly Bridge to the University and, above all, enjoy the natural beauty of the city and its surroundings.

Departure information

The port of Cork is the gateway to Southern Ireland as it lies on the southeast coast of the island. As Ireland's third largest city after Dublin and Belfast, the port of Cork is very important due to its economic activity and the arrival and departure of passengers.

From Cork you can take the ferry to the European continent via the connection between the port and the port of Roscoff in France.