While tourism needed to be put on pause, Visit Cork wanted to use this opportunity to highlight some of the amazing things to see and do in Cork City and County for when it is once again safe to travel. This was primarily done through the Visit Cork Familiarisation Sessions which featured presentations from some of Cork’s hidden gems, along with industry discussion in a soapbox format.
Below you will find the recordings of all 13 sessions, and if you would like to subscribe to the Visit Cork newsletter for more information on this and other Visit Cork initiatives, please click HERE.
Session 1 – Ballyhass Lakes & Nano Nagle Place
Session 2 – West Cork Forest Bathing, Triskel Arts Centre & Youghal Clockgate Tower
Session 3 – Beyond the Glass Adventure Tours, Cape Clear ISLAND Ferries / Fastnet Rock Lighthouse Tours & the Glucksman
Session 4 – Crawford Art Gallery, Leahy’s Open Farm & Clonakilty Distillery
Session 5 – Bantry Bay Boat Hire, The Everyman CORK & the Toy Soldier Factory
Session 6 – Old Cork Waterworks, Elizabeth Fort, West Cork Garden Trail & Fota House, Arboretum & Gardens
Session 7 – Cork Food Tours, Activity Days, the Old Butter Roads, Kinsale Food Tours and O’Tuama Tours
Session 8 – Sovereign Sailing, ST. FIN BARRE’S CATHEDRAL, ZIPIT FOREST ADVENTURES AND MICHAEL COLLINS HOUSE
Session 9 – Atlantic Sea Kayaking, MTU Blackrock Castle Observatory, Sam Maguire Trail, bells & passport and Munster Vales
Session 10 – Jameson Distillery MIDLETON, VE Studio cORK, Cronin’s Coaches, Cork City Tours and Shandon Bells & tOWER
Session 11 – Skibbereen Heritage Centre, Kinsale Heritage Walking Tours and Cork Opera House
Session 12 – Ballyvolane House, Bertha’s Revenge Distillery, Kinsale Mead Co, Titanic Experience Cobh and Franciscan Well Brewery