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  1. Jun 23, 2023 · 1. Bantry House and Gardens Photo by MShev (Shutterstock) Bantry House and Gardens sit on Bantry Bay with panoramic views of the Caha Mountains and the Bay itself. The estate has been owned and managed by the White family since 1739, and the house contains much of the original furniture and collectables.

  2. The most popular things to do in Bantry with kids according to Tripadvisor travelers are: Sheep's Head Peninsula; Bantry Bay Boat Hire; Whiddy Island Ferry; Bantry Pony Trekking; Albatross Escape Rooms; See all kid friendly things to do in Bantry on Tripadvisor

  3. Bantry Bay, long inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, southwestern County Cork, Ireland. The bay has a maximum length of 30 miles (48 km) and is 10 miles (16 km) wide at its broadest point; it separates the Beara peninsula to the north from the Sheep’s Head peninsula to the south and is surrounded by mountains. Bantry Bay was entered in 1689 and 1796 ...

  4. Bantry Bay is one of the safest harbours in Europe and is situated in a strategic position on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. Being very deep with no danger of sand banks and sheltered from most winds by the mountains which surround it, from earliest times it has been used as a haven by fishermen and merchant ships.

  5. Things to Do choose from a range of outdoor and indoor things to do in Bantry Bantry has plenty of things to do, whether that’s Indoor or Outdoor, suitable for Family Fun or for those interested in Heritage & Culture.

  6. Bantry Bay. Bantry Bay is a magnificent 35 km bay in County Cork, stretching far inland from the county. With the islands of Whiddy Island and Bere Island in the distance, Bantry is a beautiful bay with a perfect blend of mountains, forests, rocks, stones and white sandy beaches.

  7. Bantry is a modern harbour town at the heart of West Cork. It is located along the Wild Atlantic Way touring route in southwest Ireland. Bantry is hemmed in by high mountain ridges, an azure blue sea and cascading mountain streams.

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