April 2018

Despite the non Spring like weather, life on the Mizen is gathering a pace, those shops and businesses that close for the winter have opened their doors, restaurants are filling up and boats are slowly appearing in the harbours.  Galleries have new exhibitions and there are plenty of gigs in the pubs to keep us entertained.  If you are in the mood for exploring ~ take care, farms are busy at this time of year and after the wet winter the ground is somewhat soggy.

WHERE TO GO

Ballydehob

Set in an idyllic rural scene and snuggled in the embrace of the sheltering Mount Gabriel, Ballydehob derives... 

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WHAT TO DO

Mizen Head Signal Station & Café

The award winning Mizen Head Signal Station – Three experiences in one! Visitor Centre in the Irish Lights... 

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WHAT’S HAPPENING

March 2020 Newsletter

Schull Newsletter Issue 62 March 2020 Published by Schull & District Community Council Welcome to the March edition... 

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WHERE TO SHOP

East Meets West

Home interiors, old teak furniture and furnishings, cashmere scarves, hand crafted mosaic lights ….. and many other treasures.... 

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