Situated on the County Cork coastline, travellers to the Emerald Isle will find the delightful seaside town of Courtmacsherry. A Courtmacsherry holiday is a popular choice with many sorts of travellers, particularly those who love to be close to nature and the sea. As well as some stunningly memorable Celtic Sea views from the window of a Courtmacsherry holiday rental cottage, the accommodation promises to be as comfortable and modern as possible to ensure that your trip is as stress-free as it can be.
Although still classed as a seaside village, visitors to Courtmacsherry will find that there is a whole host of activities available for the duration of their stay. Amongst the activities available in the village are swimming, tennis, horse riding, walking and cycling. The village also has its own water sports centre where you can indulge in a bit of power boating, dinghy sailing, diving, snorkelling, windsurfing and keel sailing. In the immediate area of the village is a golf course as well as some wonderful scenic walks.
There are many great places to visit whilst on a Courtmacsherry holiday and approximately 10 minutes away from the town is the small village of Timoleague. This village was home to a friary which was founded by the Franciscan order in 1240. The remains of the friary can still be clearly seen even though it was sacked by English soldiers in 1612. Also worth spending some time in when visiting Timoleague is the Church of Ireland which has a wonderful interior, decorated completely with intricate mosaics.
If renting a Courtmacsherry holiday rental cottage is sounding like a fantastic idea, then you will also be wondering what you can expect from the weather. The village is blessed with an Oceanic climate with temperatures staying quite mild throughout the majority of the year. The summer months of July and August tend to be the warmest with daytime temperatures of around 19 degrees Celsius. The cooler months of December and January see a maximum daytime temperature of 9 degrees Celsius. The annual rainfall amount for Courtmacsherry is approximately 35 inches.
To begin an exciting Courtmacsherry holiday, travellers can arrive at Cork Airport (ORK) in the county of Cork itself. A bus or car journey is then needed to travel the 28 miles to the small seaside village. Travellers will discover that there are several airlines that offer cheap, regular flights to Cork including Ryanair, Air Southwest and Aer Lingus. Passengers can depart the UK from various airports such as Liverpool (LPL), Edinburgh (EDI), Gatwick (LGW), Stansted (STN) and Plymouth (PLH).