Glandore is is situated along the panoramic Wild Atlantic Way, a Coastal route from County Donegal to Cork. It is a popular centre for yachting, with some pleasant pubs and restaurants overlooking the waterfront, making it an ideal haven for sailors and landlubbers alike to unwind. Across the water from Glandore, and linked to it by a fascinating bridge, is the busy fishing port of Union Hall, another colourful village. Clonakilty and Skibbereen, both very lively West Cork towns are situated not far from here and are offering plenty of activities, as well as cultural and culinary surprises. Union Hall is the other village situated in Glandore Harbour and always worth a visit.
Glandore is situated less than 50 miles from Cork City and 35 miles from Kinsale. Simply take the N71 from Cork City towards Killarney, follow through Bandon, Clonakilty and turn left in Rosscarbery following the sign post to Glandore. Please note, the road from Rosscarbery to Glandore is not suitable for towing. It is advisable to stay on the main road to Leap and take the left turn for Glandore there.
Below is a list of accommodation, restaurants and activities in and near Glandore. This is list is for information purposes only. It does not imply approval or recognition by the organising committee or GHYC.
West Cork Model Railway Village, Clonakilty
Skibbereen Heritage Centre, Skibbereen
Schull Planetarium, Schull
Mizen Head Visitor Centre, Goleen
Skibbereen Golf Club, Skibbereen
Old Head Golf Links, The Old Head Of Kinsale, Kinsale 021 4778444
Lisselan Golf Club, Lisselan, Clonakilty 023 33249
Smuggler’s Cove and Golf Range, Rosscarbery
Pitch and Putt, Warren Strand, Rosscarbery
Please see Glandore Village
Restaurants & Bars
The Glandore Inn, Glandore
Hayes Bar, Glandore
The Coffee Shop, Union Hall
Connollys’s of Leap, Music Venue
Dinty’s, Union Hall
The Leap Inn, Leap
O Callaghan Walshe, Rosscarbery