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Your Essential Guide to Shanagarry
Looking for things to do in Shanagarry? We’ve sampled the best of the area to bring you our top picks for a perfect County Cork adventure.
Read on to choose how you’ll start your Shanagarry adventure!…
Ballymaloe’s Famous Cookery School
Love food and cooking? Shanagarry is the perfect destination because of the Ballymaloe Cookery School. A world renowned and award-winning culinary school.
The cookery school has been attracting people have came from all over the world to learn to cook since 1983.
The culinary school was founded by one of Ireland’s most Famous chefs – Darina Allen – who’s main passion was to pass on her love of food and cooking to others.
So, no matter what your level of experience they’ll cook up an unforgettable culinary experience.
Our next recommendation? Stopping by the beautiful and historic Ballymaloe Country House which was opened by Mr and Mrs Allen as a restaurant in 1964.
To this day, it is still run by the Allen family and is a highly-rated place to find Irish country cuisine with great hospitality.
It is located in the lovey country side and a perfect way to relaxed and enjoy some of the best food Shanagarry and Cork have to offer!
Fota Island Wildlife Park
Shanagarry is just a 30 minute drive to Fota Island so it is an ideal location for families.
Fota Wildlife Park is located on 100 acres at Fota Island. It is currently the second largest visitor attraction in Ireland outside of Leinster. It has an array of beautiful animals and is in the for front of wildlife conservation.
Green Coast Award-Winning Beach 2018
We love Shanagarry Beach, because you’ll find a superb destination that has received the National Green Coast Award in 2018 for its excellent environment and facilities.
Shannagarry Beach offers tourist stunning views of Ballycotton and the Island Lighthouse and is perfect for swimming and water sports activities during the summer months.
Perfect for Art Lovers
Stephen Pearce Pottery
Are you fan of art being creative? If so then Stephen Pearce Pottery is just the place for you.
You’ll get to see how pottery is made as you watch the craftworkers create iconic pieces of pottery. It’s such a unique experience, giving you even more appreciation of their skilled work.
Goal Post Bar, Shanagarry
We alays stop at the friendly Goal Post bar. A perfect little spot to grab some popular Irish bar food and have a drink with plenty of relaxation! They have a great variety of food on offer and a superb welcome too.