This section will try to capture local events taking place in Glandore and in the surrounding area, obviously there will be a great deal more activity within the summer months, but there are things happening all year so check on on a regular basis.
Glandore village is a vibrant and busy location, centered around the Yacht Club during the months of July and August, with activities for the young and a place for the parents to relax and take advantage of the pubs and restaurants.
2 new in November and December 2016 – The Reindeer Run is in aid of the RNLI
Casey’s Bar in Glandore the only traditional pub in Glandore
The Glandore Inn serves fresh tasty food with an emphasis, wherever possible, on locally-sourced produce
The new Hayes’ Bar serves the best of artisan food cooked with passion and flair. An extensive wine menu is available to accompany the excellent food and a range of craft beers is also stocked. With its blazing real fire and cosy ambiance Hayes’ Bar is a delight on a winter’s day only enhances the atmosphere.
Bay View B&B in the heart of Glandore overlooking the Harbour, all rooms are en-suite and there is WiFi
Luxury New 4 Bed roomed Holiday Home With Large Garden & Patio. Spectacular Architect Designed Luxury 4 bed. 3 en suite dormer style holiday home within 5 mins stroll of Tralong Beach.
Glandore (Cuan Dor) meaning harbour of oaks or possibly harbour of gold. Glandore is one of the prettiest villages on the south coast of Ireland. Its position in the path of the gulf stream ensures its mild climate all year round, consequently its flora is diverse and of great interest as plants are found in bloom here out of season.
A local man and amateur diver Mel Bendon discovered a sunken ship on the Danger Rock. Some of its cargo was still intact, and consisted of earthenware tiles, bowls and jugs. Little is known about the origins of this wreck or its date, but it is thought to be early to mid 1800. The picture is of a recovered bowl from the wreck.