Welcome to the Hatlas Travel's Guide of Cork !
Cork is the second largest city in Ireland, located in the south-west of Ireland, in the province of Munster. Following an extension to the city's boundary in 2019, its population is c. 210,000.
What you will find in this travel guide:
To create this travel guide of Cork, we have identified 15 travel influencers who have made a trip to Ireland and spent time looking for spots in Cork to take the best pictures.
Once they found one, they obviously have to go to these spots to take their shots and it usually makes a good story!
On this travel guide, you will find 31 beautiful shots of Cork from travelers, adventurers and photographers with the travel spots and experiences associated.
You can click on the pictures to learn more about it, find the directions on Google Maps and to book hotels and activities around Cork in Ireland
Learn about the different travel and sightseeing spots in Cork, read the tips of our travel influencers...
We have listed here the 10 most popular places and destinations in Cork and nearby according to travelers.
Each of them has a travel guide to help you plan your trip to Ireland
Mizen Head is located at the extremity of the Mizen Peninsula in the district of Carbery in County Cork, southwest Ireland.
103.7 km away from Cork
Cobh, known from 1849 until 1920 as Queenstown, is a tourist seaport town on the south coast of County Cork, Ireland
13.6 km away from Cork
Gougane Barra is a settlement, west of Macroom in County Cork, Ireland.
58.0 km away from Cork
About this picture:
Gougane (pron: â€œgoo- gawnâ€�) Barra is in West Cork, Ireland and the name is derived from Saint Finbarr who is reputed to have built a monastery in the island in the foreground in the 6th century. It is a beautiful place and it exudes a sense of calm and relaxation. This, of course, is a drone shot (Phantom 4).
St. Colman's Cathedral, Cobh
13.5 km away from Cork
56.1 km away from Cork
Old Head of Kinsale
The Old Head of Kinsale is a headland near Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland. A castle has been on the headland since at least the 3rd century, with the current iteration built in 1223
32.6 km away from Cork
About this picture:
The Old Head of Kinsale is a headland near Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland. An early lighthouse was established here in the 17th century by Robert Reading. The area is the nearest point of land to where the RMS Lusitania was sunk in 1915.
Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral
Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral is a Gothic Revival three-spire cathedral in the city of Cork, Ireland
0.6 km away from Cork
57.0 km away from Cork
Gougane Barra Hotel Ballingeary Hotel
58.2 km away from Cork
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Based on 29 travel pictures from photographers, your overall travel and sightseeing experience in Cork will be made of:
Landmark (29%), Town (23%), Cliff (17%), Reservoir (17%) and Waterway (11%).