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The Breton-inspired Chez Youen was the town's gourmet pioneer...
The beautiful gardens here are an attraction in themselves (garden entry per adult/child is €5/free). If you're dining, lavender and herbs add fragrant aromas that waft over the tables inside and out...
Part of the Youen Jacob empire that also owns the Waterfront next door, this casual restaurant does excellent food...
At Casey's your food comes with fantastic views, whether you call in for breakfast, sandwiches or a tasty dinner...
Seafaring paraphernalia literally drips from the ceiling at this genuinely character-filled old bar. The benches outside on the main square are the best spots in town for a sundowner...
Aquaventures Dive Centre charges €115 for a full day's diving including gear; a half-day snorkelling trip costs €40...
The pretty harbour is dominated by the remains of the Dun na Sead . Inside are seasonal art displays, but the best way to appreciate this 13th-century survivor is from a distance.
Baltimore Sailing School provides courses (five days for €290) from June to September for beginners and advanced sailors.
Baltimore Sea Safari has various sailing adventures starting at €25 for 2 hours.
Jazz bands perform and pubs bring out the mussels and prawns; wooden boats parade.
Sessions from international and local musicians.
Guided walks of Baltimore and the region.
Cycle the rolling hills of Cork and coast where meadows reach the sea and colourful villages brighten the landscape
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