Exploring County Cork: Must-Visit Sites

Exploring County Cork: Must-Visit Sites

County Cork, Ireland’s largest county, is a treasure trove of attractions, from historical landmarks to natural wonders. Dive into our guide to the must-visit sites in County Cork, each celebrated in our exclusive collection of Cork Prints.


Cobh, a harbour town, is known for its historical significance and vibrant streets. As the last port of call for the Titanic, Cobh offers a rich maritime history. Our Cobh print captures the colourful and historical atmosphere of this picturesque town.

English Market

Located in Cork City, the English Market is a bustling food market that has been a cornerstone of the community since 1788. It offers a variety of local and artisanal products. 

Fastnet Lighthouse

Fastnet Lighthouse, also known as the "Teardrop of Ireland," is Ireland’s tallest and most southerly lighthouse. It has been guiding sailors for over a century. 

Blarney Castle

Blarney Castle is home to the famous Blarney Stone. Kissing the stone is said to grant ‘the gift of the gab.’ Explore the castle’s beautiful gardens and rich history. Blarney Castle features in our Cork Landmarks and Cork Map Print.


Kinsale, a historic port town, is famous for its gourmet food scene, colourful buildings, and fishing history. Wander through its quaint streets and visit the impressive Charles Fort. Our Kinsale print showcases the unique character of this coastal town.

Dursey Island Cable Car

Take the cable car to Dursey Island, located off the Beara Peninsula, for a unique adventure. It’s Ireland’s only cable car that crosses open seawater, offering breathtaking views. Our Cork Map Print features this distinctive attraction.

Explore Our Cork Prints

Our collections of Cork Prints highlight all of the most iconic spots across this magnificent county. Whether you’re a proud Cork native or a tourist who has fond memories of your visit to the ‘real capital’ you’ll want a Cork Print to hang at home on your gallery wall.

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