Tír na Meala
How to get there
By air

There are regular flights from the UK and many other countries to Dublin and Cork. Ryanair also has flights to Farranfore (Kerry Airport, near Killarney).
Internal flights in Ireland (Dublin-Cork and Dublin-Kerry Airport/Farranfore) are handled by Aer Arann. You can book online via the airlines' websites or through a travel agent.

Public transport

From Cork Airport there is a regular bus service to Cork City. From the Cork bus station the Cork-Killarney bus (express service 40) stops in Ballyvourney (close to Coolea).
From Dublin you can travel from Heuston Station by train to Cork or Killarney.

Fly/Drive

The easiest way to explore rural Ireland is by car. You can rent a car at Cork Airport, or when you book through an airline web site.

Ferry / Car

If you intend to take your own car you can cross from Fishguard in Southwest Wales to Rosslare in Southeast Ireland. There are also frequent crossings from Holyhead (Northwest Wales) to Dublin or Dun Laoghaire.
From the Continent you can use the Channel Tunnel or take the boat from Calais to Dover. There is also a direct ferry service from France (Cherbourg or Roscoff) to Ireland.

Route

From the airport you pass Cork on the N 25/N 22 to Killarney. About 15 kilometres (10 miles) out of Macroom you reach Ballyvourney where you make a left turn in front of the Mills Inn across the River Sullane.
Now follow the signs to Tír na Meala.

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Tír na Meala

Tír na Meala
Coolea,
Macroom, Co. Cork
Ireland
+353 26 45651

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