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The weather in Kinsale
Above are the weather conditions for Kinsale. This year, July will have higher average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 3° in Kinsale in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Discover Kinsale from an Irish holiday home
Kinsale is a jewel in the coast of the Emerald Isle with winding alleyways and a 17th Century fortress overlooking its historic harbour. The small town is surrounded by sites of historic and cultural interest as well as some of Ireland's most dramatic landscapes.
Earning a reputation as the gourmet centre of this part of Ireland, Kinsale is full of international quality restaurants that leverage the superb local produce for innovative and mouthwatering cuisine. Most of the restaurants here take inspiration from the sea and many of them also overlook it, offering a true feast for all the senses.
Exploring Ireland's coast
Just in case you felt that Kinsale was lacking castles, the stunning Desmond Castle also overlooks the sea. Dating from around 1500, its stone tower is an impressive sight. Live the Irish dream by cantering through the green or along the beach on horseback or grab a kayak and explore the coastline at a more meditative pace.
This star-shaped fortress at the south end of Summer Cover in Kinsale is situated directly over the water. Constructed over 400 years ago this martial edifice played a role in the Siege of Kinsale, as the artifacts in its small museum show.
St Multose Church
Close to the regional museum you will find St Multose. The present building, which is the oldest structure in present day Kinsale, stands on the site of a 6th Century monastery. Nearly a 1000 years old, its features include an inscription in Norman French, carved memorials and records of the coronation of King Charles II after the announcement that Charles I had been executed in London.
This pentagonal fort dates from the 17th Century and occupies a conspicuous position overlooking the Castlepark peninsula in Kinsale harbour. Built to defend the harbour immediately after the siege of Kinsale, it is now a protected National Monument.
Old Head of Kinsale
The emerald green lawns of this world-class golf course stretch out into the ocean that surrounds Old Head. Offering some of the most impressive views to be found on any golf course in the world, the ocean gleams as you tee off on this rugged headland on the tip of Ireland. The clubhouse features a spa and restaurant with a delectable menu.
Take a dip in this sparkling cove, create a barbeque with friends or bring a book and just listen to the ocean. The crags that jut from the ocean floor give Nohoval an air of drama, especially at dawn and dusk, when they are illuminated by the low sun.
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