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Explore the beauty and history of Spike Island

Spike Island occupies a key location in lower Cork Harbour, which is the second largest natural harbour in the world. The multi-cultural island has hosted a monastery, a fortress and a prison within its 104 acres, all of which have left their mark.

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DID YOU KNOW?

Spike Island occupies a key location in lower Cork Harbour,
which is the second largest natural harbour in the world.

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GETTING HERE

BY CAR


If you are travelling by car, take the N25 West bound and take the Cobh exit off the N25.

BY TRAIN


You can also travel by train from Kent Station in Cork City. Trains leave Kent Station each day on the hour, every hour.

PARKING


Car parking is free on the north side of St. Colman’s cathedral and the Five Foot Way public car park on the western side of Cobh town.

GALLERY


FERRY OPERATOR

 The Spike Island Ferry Services is provided by Marine Transport Services.