Glengarriff Travel Guide

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Glengarriff village is one of Ireland's oldest holiday destinations.  It's set in a glen (valley) which runs down to a spectacular harbour off Bantry Bay. The name comes from the Irish "Gleann Garbh" which means rough glen and describes the rugged hills that surround the village.

Garnish Island
is set in the harbour and has amazing Italian gardens with a beautiful collection of exotic plants which flourish because of the temperate climate nurtured by the shelter of the bay and the Gulf Stream effect.

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