Cobh Tours & Holidays
Join us on a holiday to Cobh
On the green south coast of Ireland in County Cork, lies Cobh, a place to indulge in history, trails, cosy pubs, and more.
Located on a quaint island in Cork, Ireland, is Cobh (say it together now: ‘cove’). Little known except perhaps for its history pertaining to the Titanic, Cobh was the final port of call for the legendary Titanic, and the site where three million Irish emigrants departed. Cobh is home to an insightful Heritage Centre, where a multimedia visual exhibition takes you through the story of these immigrants.
But the unassuming town is more than a ship. It’s also home to a number of landmarks, including St Colman’s Cathedral which is said to be the second-tallest building in Ireland, after St John's Cathedral in Limerick. Cobh is also a well-known spot for Cork locals to retreat to when they’re looking for a little bit of close-to-home holiday time. Plus plenty of international cruise travellers stop by thanks to Cobh having the second-largest natural harbour in the world.
Things to do in Cobh
Cobh is a place drenched in history, from its links to the Titanic to once being the epicentre for Irish immigration.
Check out the St. Colman's Cathedral
Visit the former prison of Spike Island
Take a boat trip around Cobh