How to get to Courtmacsherry

Courtmacsherry is located on the South Coast of Ireland, 27 miles South West of Cork City.
Because of its central location it is the perfect touring base when visiting the south of Ireland. Killarney and The Ring Of Kerry to the west are within a 1 hour drive while, to the east, Fota Wildlife Park, Cork City, Jameson Distillery Midleton, Cobh Heritage Centre and Blarney Castle are within an hours drive, as also are the airport and the ferryport.

Access by ferryport
There is a ferryport in Ringaskiddy in Cork Harbour which is within a 45 minutes drive of Courtmacsherry. This ferryport has connections to the United Kingdom, France and Spain. Rosslare ferryport in the south east of Ireland is very popular with travellers from the UK who are touring the South of Ireland. Many travel along the scenic South Coast and using Courtmacsherry as a touring base, travel on west to the Ring of Kerry, Killarney and Kenmare.

Access by Airport
Cork Airport is a 45 minute drive from Courtmacsherry. Here you will get flights to many international destinations. London is approximately a 40 minute flight from Cork, with a large number of connecting flights every day.
Road network for driving
To get to Courtmacsherry from either Cork Ferryport or Cork Airport you firstly travel in a southwest direction to Bandon ( 18 miles). From Bandon you drive to Timoleague (6 miles), and through, to Courtmacsherry (3 miles), along the the most beautiful scenic route by the side of beautiful Courtmacsherry Bay. Journey time approximately 45 minutes.

Public transport
Bus Eireann (the Irish public Bus transport service) operate a service to Courtmacsherry a number of times daily following the same route as outline above. It is also possible to hire a taxi to drive you to Courtmacsherry from Cork City but this may be rather expensive... approximately 25 to 30.