Clonakilty

24 Hours in West Cork – The Best Places to Eat, Drink and Sleep

West Cork is undoubtedly the best place in Ireland to have one epic foodie experience: the region is home to two of the world’s newest Michelin starred restaurants (Mews, Baltimore and The Chestnut, Ballydehob); was voted Ireland’s No.1 Foodie Destination for 2017 by the Restaurant Association of Ireland and is home to Ireland’s largest food …

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Clonakilty Food Tour

Taste The Flavours Of West Cork – The Clonakilty Food Tour Summer Schedule Has Been Released

Author and foodie Kate Ryan of Flavour.ie has just announced the fourth year with her Clonakilty Walking Food Tour. Kate Ryan is a food writer known for her work “A Taste of West Cork-Artisan Food Guide”. The Clonakilty resident loves to share her passion and knowledge of local food and traditions. This culinary adventure highlights …

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Clonakilty's brigade of chefs prepare to serve over 1500 meals to visitors to Clonakilty's Street Carnival. The carnival celebrates the reopening of the main street after 18 months of work to install a new flood relief system and a new streetscape, at a cost of €2.3 million. Photo by Dermot Sullivan.

Watch: Clonakilty Lays Claim for Ireland’s Premier Foodie Town Title with New Short Film

The beautiful and welcoming seaside town of Clonakilty has a reputation for firsts. The first Fair Trade town in Ireland; Ireland’s first EDEN destination of excellence; the first Cittaslow town in Ireland for celebrating the multiple benefits of slow living and slow food and recently voted the Greatest Town in Europe at the AOU Awards …

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