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RINGASKIDDY

Formerly a fishing village with century old traditions in Ringaskiddy Ferryport.jpg (8248 bytes)Gaelic games and drama, Ringaskiddy has been transformed into a modern deepwater ferryport, offering easy access to the beauty spots of Cork and Kerry through a fast developing road network. The ferry terminal has excellent facilities and B&B accommodation is available locally. The Post Office has an inbuilt Bureau de Change and Tourist Information Centre.

In times past and as part of the harbour defences against invasion by Napoleon, the English built a Martello Tower in 1804 which still stands above the village in view of the offshore islands of Haulbowline and Spike.
 

More Details 2013 for Ringaskiddy & its Ferry Port.

 

How to get from Cork to Ringaskiddy Ferryport

Follow signs Kinsale, Car Ferry to leave by South City Link Road N27

Distance

Road

Route

1.9 N27 Junction with N28 (South Ring)
By nearside of roundabout turn left N28 (signposted Douglas, Ferryport)
1.3 N28 Junction for Douglas
Forward (signposted Rochestown, Ringaskiddy)
1.1 N28 Bloomfield Interchange
Take left hand lane
0.4 N28 Junction with R610
Keep forward (signposted Crosshaven, Carrigaline)
3.5 N28 Junction with R611
At roundabout take 1st exit (signposted Ringaskiddy)
1.0 N28 Junction with R610 (for Cork Harbour Ferry)
In 0.8 mile at roundabout forward
2.4 N28 Ringaskiddy
Shortly turn left for
0.5 N28 Cork Ferry (Ringaskiddy)

Distance 12 miles
Time: 22 minutes


 

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