Kinsale is an area within Ireland that is filled with nice locals, rich history, and beautiful architecture.
For the adults that are of age, going to the wine museum may teach you new elements of the wine world that will have you drink some more. This Wine Museum was once Desmond Castle, which is what makes it historical and beautiful architecture. Once you are finished exploring the Wine Museum (and possibly planning your next bottle), head over to the Ceramic Restaurant and Wine Bar.
The Kinsale Harbour is home to many boats that locals take out on a daily basis. If you are lucky (or you just ask) you may be able to set out with a boat owner and enjoy the day. The Kinsale Harbour boasts a cool and mellow atmosphere. Having a long day of walking around or being busy can be fixed with a few hours here.
Locals gather around the area en mass and if you want to know Kinsale, those are the individuals to become friends with. Bring a picnic setting with you rather you are alone or with loved ones. If you find a place that is not occupied, you will definitely enjoy eating and watching the sunset here.
Old Head of Kinsale
History scholars/lovers will absolutely enjoy the time spent here at the Old Head of Kinsale. This area is filled with breathtaking aesthetics from nature that looks like a painting or postcard. There are also remains of a tower that once stood in the area. This will be the activity where you want to take as many pictures as your camera space allows.
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