YoughalCounty Cork, Ireland. The town grew up along a strip of flat land beside the river where there was good access to the water at a defensible site. The earliest settlements in the Youghal area were probably small religious foundations. Just west of the present town is the oratory at Kilcoran which may have been associated with the important monastery at Ardmore, 11km (7 miles) east of Youghal.
Bus Eireann operate a regular service from Youghal to Cork and Cork to Youghal with buses leaving approx. every hour between 07:00 and 23:00. A full timetable can be found at Bus Eireann – Youghal – Cork – Youghal timetable
Youghal railway station opened on 1 May 1860, closed for passenger services on 4 February 1963 and for goods services on 30 August 1982.
Youghal Beach and Bay
St. Mary's Collegiate Church
The Clock Gate
Moby Dicks Pub
The Old Town Walls
Walter Raleigh's house Myrtle Grove
Moby Dick's Pubis a family run establishment. It offers a view overlooking the harbour and an assortment of local food and beverages.
The Walter Raleigh Hotel