Tucked away in the north of county Cork lie the Nagle Mountains. Experience all the area has to offer from nature trails and heritage sites to breathtaking scenery.

The Nagle Mountain Range Region

Wonderful Walking Trails

Make the most of the mountainous landscape and enjoy one of the many walking and hiking trails in the area. Stroll along the picturesque banks of the River Blackwater in Fermoy. Take in the stunning views from the top of Corrin Hill which overlooks the Nagle Mountains, also in Fermoy. There are a number of walking trails available through Blackwater Walking Trails each of these walks entail a sense of the beauty that surrounds the natural heritage and landscape of the Nagles.

Insight into the Past

Visitthe Witch’s Bed at the LabbacaleeWedge Tomb,a historic site rich in heritage. Travel across the oldest bridge inGlanworth. Or, take a trip to the NanoNagle Birthplace inMallow. There, take part in the centre’s spiritual events from yogaclasses to meditation experiences. A lovely farmers market is heldevery secondSaturday morning at the Nano Nagle Birthplace.Discover the history of Nano Nagle and the link for the Presentationfamily worldwide. Over the years, Sisters, Associates and Friends ofNano from every corner of the earth found a home in Ballygriffin,while the local people continued to venerate and draw inspirationfrom their own local ‘saint’.

Community Character

Take time out to stop in the bustling towns of Fermoy, Mallow and Charleville and experience a hearty welcome from the locals. Browse through the shops and relax in the charming cafés and restaurants in the area. Each of these local rural towns offers visitors a sense of heritage and culture, visitors will experience the wonderful local food, shopping and events that make these towns unique in their rural outlook. Visitors will discover the many attractions and activities that are available to experience within the rural towns and villages that exist within The Nagle Mountain Range,

All Attractions in Nagles