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Kinsale has so many things to do, on and off the water. From historical walking tours, ghost tours, castles, forts, galleries and shops, arts & crafts, horse riding, golf and the recently launched Kinsale Gourmet Academy – you’ll never be bored in Kinsale! With three marinas, a yacht club, two outdoor activity centres, boat and yacht hire, harbour cruises, beaches, sailing, kayaking, fishing and scuba diving there is so much to see and do in this busy harbour town.

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Almshouse

The Almshouses were built by Sir Robert Southwell (1635-1702). Sir Robert was born in the Kinsale area, and became one of the most famous and powerful men of his time. 1663 Elected to Parliament for the Cornish Borough of Penryn 1664 Appointed to Secretaryship of Prizes 1665 Married Elizabeth Dering. …

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Bonner Travel

+353-(0)21 4774351 +353-(0)87 7068391 [email protected] www.bonner-travel.com

Bonner Travel is a Kinsale-based inbound tour operator, offering bespoke custom tours for the discerning traveler. No cookie-cutter, fast-paced tours but hand crafted holidays created with you, the individual, in mind.

Situated 21 km from Cork Airport, Kinsale most definitely provides an advantage as …

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Don & Barry’s Historic Stroll

Departs from the Tourist Office, Kinsale, Co. Cork Tel: 021 477 2873 Mob: 087 2500731 Email: [email protected] Web: www.historicstrollkinsale.com | Facebook Page ‘The original and best daily walking tour – Number 1 on Tripadvisor!’

On Rick Steves’ YouTube Channel: Kinsale, Ireland: History at Charles Fort

The acclaimed and fun insight …

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