“The village feels like home and the people feel like family.”

Stuart John Cresswell
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MEET THE PEOPLE OF SCHULL... Gonzalo Onco

Schull & The Mizen

Welcome to Schull

Set in the centre of an area of outstanding natural beauty, Schull is one of the finest villages in West Cork, Ireland – an idyllic place to stay or visit along the Wild Atlantic Way. The prevailing south-westerly winds come over more than 2000 miles of open sea and the air is marvellously clear and clean. The safe and welcoming harbour, the many islands off-shore and the Atlantic Ocean beyond, provide an excellent base for watersports. There is also tennis, pony trekking, a planetarium, fine restaurants, good accommodation, a boatyard, a weekly country market and a peninsula rich in archaeology and wildlife. It is wonderful country for walking and cycling and an excellent area for holidays, in winter and summer.
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Schull is located in West Cork - the far South-West of County Cork, Ireland - about 100km/60 miles south-west of Cork City. You can get to Schull from outside Ireland by sea ferries or air.
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WILD ATLANTIC WAY

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Of course....Thanks Susan for coming to visit! ... See MoreSee Less

What any sensible Irish person should be at on a sunny afternoon....

20th April, 2015  ·  

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Are the flowers better this year than other years? The gorse is extraordinarily brilliant and all along the hedgerows great swathes of primroses are celebrating the sunshine. Any minute now we will have the wild bluebells, the spurge and then before we know it the foxgloves will be out! #schullisfullofflowers ... See MoreSee Less

20th April, 2015  ·  

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Sometimes rubbish is beautiful.

It has been a long time since this old fishing float was at sea, now it has retired to a grassy knoll overlooking Dunmanus Bay, where it remembers long days bobbing in the waves!
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18th April, 2015  ·  

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"Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing - absolutely nothing - half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.” ― Kenneth Grahame hit the nail on the head didn't he?

Well why not come down next weekend (25-26th) and take part in the Powerboat course being run by the FMOEC? A perfect opportunity to perfect your boating skills. Check out all the details of the courses on their website...http://schullsailing.ie/
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16th April, 2015  ·  

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All this talk of long summer evenings has got us thinking that you might want to have a look at booking the non-sailing kids into the brilliant Skull & Fitbones www.facebook.com/SchullandFitbones?fref=ts summer camps. Deirdre is running them from July 6th through to the middle of August, she has Junior (4-8yrs) and Seniors (6-13yrs). All the details are on the website fitbones.ie/. ... See MoreSee Less

14th April, 2015  ·  

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