Ballycotton

Ballycotton is a coastal village in County Cork, Ireland, situated about 25 miles east of Cork city. It is a fishing village that sits on a rocky ledge overlooking Ballycotton Bay.

Just off the coast of Ballycotton lies Ballycotton Lighthouse, one of only two black lighthouses in all of Ireland. A must see, and a top visitor attraction, alongside the Ballycotton Cliff Walk, and the RNLB Mary Stanford, the only Irish lifeboat to receive a Gold Medal for a harrowing rescue that took place in February 1936

Other things to do nearby

Cush Ballycotton | www.ringofcork.ie | Ring of Cork
Bar / Pubs | Cafe Restaurants Food and Pubs | Restaurants
www.ringofcork.ie | Ring of Cork | East Cork Beach
Beaches | Family Fun | Outdoor Activities
Ballycotton Sea Adventures - Ring of Cork
Family Fun | Heritage | Outdoor Activities
Ballycotton Fishing | www.ringofcork.ie | Ring of Cork
Fishing and Angling
Ballycotton Cliff Walk | www.ringofcork.ie | Ring of Cork
Family Fun | Outdoor Activities | Walks and Trails

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