Leamlara is located in Ireland's
County Cork region
. It's not really a tourist spot, and it's among Ireland's least visited destinations. Those traveling through the area might want to check out some
more traveled nearby destinations such as Cork and Blarney. This town off the beaten track
might some accommodations, vacation rentals and condo rentals previously unexplored and just waiting discovery!
In Cork, you’ll soon realize why it’s known as Ireland’s gourmet county.
With seafood so fresh that it glistens, lively farmers’ markets, excellent local produce and a glut of critically acclaimed restaurants, you’re never too far away from something flavorsome.
But beyond the decadent delights and gastronomic pleasures lies a countryside that comes alive with fascinating history.
Nearby is Blarney Castle, which is best known for the Blarney Stone, although it is an interesting place in its own right with some great views. The stone is said to bestow the gift of gab to anyone who kisses it. You have to lie down and bend over backwards to reach it.
The lodging, accommodation, vacation rental and condo rental choices are plentiful and dotted in and around Cork’s sites.
West Cork boasts some of the Ireland’s most exceptional scenic delights
with a craggy coastline and broad golden beaches, while Cork’s charming towns and villages are the perfect place to enjoy Irish hospitality at an of the homely accommodations or vacation rentals.
Historic sites include the ancestral home of the Earls of Bantry, Bantry House
is still the home of their descendant Egerton Shelswell-White and has been open to the public since the 1940s. The house is beautifully and elegantly furnished while the beautifully restored and terraced gardens are an absolute delight.
The Charles Fort in Kinsale
was constructed in the late 17th century and is a classic example of a star-shaped fort. The magnificent fortress of 1677 is the largest military citadel in Ireland.
, situated in the harbor of Glengarriff, Bantry Bay, Garnish Island covers 15 hectares and is a garden of rare beauty. Its sheltered location and position in the line of the Gulf Stream means that exotic plants have positively flourished.
From natural beauty to historic buildings, Leamlara and County Cork
is a must see and the accommodation and vacation rental choices will not disappoint.