Delightful anchorage, limited facilities.
Good shelter except in Southerlies, when Clegan would be far preferable. Basic facilities. Anchor of the pier, or if you can, dry out in the inner harbour.
Good shelter except in very strong Southerlies. Entrance is not that easy. Anchor or dry out in the inner harbour. Basic facilities (pubs, restaurants and shop) in the village. Beautiful scenery
Free visitors mooring in the summer. It is also possible to dry out in the inner harbour. Water alongside the pier. Shower and toilet at the community centre, a short walk from the beach. Pubs / restaurant nearby. Very friendly. Good shelter except in Easterly winds.
Only suitable for yacht who can dry out alongside a wall. No facilities except for a pub nearby.
Excellent shelter, and accessible in virtually any weather, day and night. Close to town and most facilities. Cork airport a short taxi ride.