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In the heart of West Cork lies the vibrant and colourful heritage town of Clonakilty, population of around five thousand. Being part of the well-renowned Wild Atlantic Way, the town is famous for its artisan food and drink, its festivals and friendly atmosphere. Its proximity to miles of sandy beaches, including the blue flag Inchydoney beach, make it a popular destination for tourists and surfers. The multi-award-winning town is also famous for Clonakilty Blackpudding which originated in the 1880s and is savoured around the world. Certainly, worth visiting is the Model Railway Village, a 1/24th scale representation of the village as it was in the 1940s. The Choo Choo Road Train can be taken from here which provides you with a fun and relaxing tour of the town through the narrow streets and lanes of the town. If history is your interest, then Michael Collins House in Emmet Square is a must-visit. The museum presents a fascinating insight and overview of the history of the “Big Fel
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