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  Goleen GAA
Goleen have drawn Ilen Rovers in the Junior C championship.
Goleen junior B footballers were knocked out of the championship in Drimoleague on Sunday July 9th by St Marys.
Goleen beat Gurranabraher in the first round of the county millenium junior B championship in Ballineen on Sunday April 16th.
homepage.eircom.net /~ojk/goleen/gaa.htm   (2326 words)

  
 Self Catering special offers - Goleen Holiday Homes, Goleen, Co. Cork   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Goleen is a picturesque village a few miles from the end of the Mizen peninsula, Ireland's most southerly point.
At the same time, Goleen is only a couple of hours drive from Cork city and the international ferryport of Ringaskiddy.
These 4 star holiday homes are located on the edge of Goleen village, close to the nearby beaches of Barleycove, Spanish Point and Galley Cove.
www.holidayhound.com /goleenscoffers.asp   (849 words)

  
 Accommodation - B&Bs - O'Reilly'sGuest House, Goleen, Cork   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Goleen is a pretty village in a lovely setting on the road to Mizen Head.
Barleycove Beach is also located close by and is one of the finest in Ireland, proudly boasting the highest sunshine and lowest rainfall averages in the country.
The road from Goleen comes down to the Northern side of the harbour of Crookhaven Village, passing the remains of a once thriving stone quarry.
www.louthlive.com /OReillysGuestAccommodation   (174 words)

  
 Trawler Transat
Aboard Goleen, we are busy testing jokes on each other in preparation for our hosting of the evening entertainment on the VHF after our group roll call.
Goleen is the only trawler yacht in the rally fleet so equipped.
On the approach to Hamilton, Bermuda harbor patrol told Goleen she was was the first AIS-equipped yacht they had encountered.
radio.weblogs.com /0137829/2004/06/28.html   (7586 words)

  
 Mizen Head
Mount Gabriel had the oldest worked copper mines in north-west Europe dating back to the 17th century B.C. We head on into the colourful rugged village of Goleen, via the Coast route, which is the first hill road on the left as one bids farewell to Schull.
As one climbs, no camera could caputre the magnificence of the view as on one's right one overlooks patchworks of grassland with cattle grazing, rocks and trees, interlayered between the azure of the ocean which stretches to the horizon.
The rushy lakeside outside the hillside village of Goleen is a pleasant sight.
www.westcorktravel.com /Drives/MizenHead/MizenHead.htm   (652 words)

  
 Goleen Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Goleen Club has moved from the Kilmoe Church to its new home at the Altar Hall at Toormore, the club has two tables and it is hoped will become a regular venue for the players around the Goleen area.
Goleen TTC players Kloe Wood and Deidre Cotter have been selected to play for the Munster Junior Interparochial Team.
Goleen sent 10 juniors to the Cork Interparochial Championships for the first time ever.
homepage.eircom.net /~ojk/tt/munster/cork/goleen.htm   (340 words)

  
 Motor Boating Magazine - Electronics - Tried and True
Goleen, a Nordhavn 57, was one of 18 boats that participated in last year’s Nordhavn Atlantic Rally (NAR), an event that made history because it was the first time a large fleet of production powerboats completed a transatlantic crossing—3,800 miles from Ft. Lauderdale to Gibraltar.
After Samuelson informed the watch officers that Goleen was traveling with a group of motoryachts, each officer volunteered to alter course to give the boats sea room.
Goleen had a Class A AIS transponder that both receives information from oncoming vessels and sends out similar information.
www.motorboating.com /motorboat/electronics/article/0,12696,1069419,00.html   (1036 words)

  
 The Heron’s Cove, Goleen Co. Cork Restaurant with Rooms and Accommodation, eat and stay in Goleen Co. Cork Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Heron’s Cove philosophy is to use only the best of fresh, local ingredients and there’s a natural leaning towards seafood - typically in wholesome starters like plump, perfectly cooked Bantry Bay moules marinières or, more unusually, West Cork smoked sprats, served with organic leaves and horseradish cream.
If you’re not in a fishy mood, there might be Goleen lamb cutlets (served on a bed of champ, with rosemary jus, perhaps) or crispy roast duckling, and there’s always at least one vegetarian dish.
Directions: Turn left in middle of Goleen to the harbour, 300 m from village.
www.ireland-guide.com /estab/index.php?item_id=3266&print_version=   (404 words)

  
 BootsnAll.com - Wading at the Edge of the World: Cold, Wet, and Mostly Alone on the Irish Coast (1 of 3)
I was on the tail end of a trip through Ireland, visiting relatives I'd never met before in the weekend-market traffic-stop town of Skibbereen, about forty minutes west of Cork by bus.
He looked at me somewhat strangely and told me that no, he turned around in Schull, and that the next bus to Goleen wouldn't be for several hours.
The lady at the tourist office had been a bit confused, apparently, and on that particular day the usual mid-afternoon bus to Goleen didn't go that far...and here was where things started to go wrong.
www.bootsnall.com /cgi-bin/gt/travelstories/europe/feb01goleen.shtml   (827 words)

  
 An Strapa Mór, Tullig
The divided spit projects from the face of the cliff, the southern face of which is traversed by a steeply climbing path which affords the only access to the beach from the Thrushlieve townland.
Then it was tied again in barths and carried across the Tullig Goleen and up the side of the cliff for a couple of hundred feet to level ground where it would be loaded on to a horse and car.
In the first, when the seaweed had been dropped on to the Tullig Goleen, it was loaded into panniers borne by donkeys up the Strapa Mór to the top of the Thrushlieve cliff, obviating the long haul around by Tullig village.
www.clarelibrary.ie /eolas/coclare/history/strapa_mor.htm   (1251 words)

  
 About My Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
There is not enough room on this page to display the whole family tree of nearly 200 people so I've written a brief outline of my Grandmother's side and my Grandfather's side.
Patrick and Margaret settled in Goleen where my Grandmother was born.
Prior to meeting Patrick, Margaret McCarthy at the age of 14 set off with one of her brothers on the White Star Line from Queenstown, Cork to live in Brooklyn, USA.
website.lineone.net /~jecp/about_my_family_page.htm   (255 words)

  
 The Goleen Area
Auburndale is about 10 minutes walk from the village of Goleen, on the Mizen peninsula.
Bantry, to the north of Goleen, is a pretty and historic town.
It is the site of the 18th Century Bantry House and the French Armada Exhibition Centre, as Bantry was the proposed destination of the French invasion fleet, commanded by Wolfe Tone, that was beaten back by storms in 1798.
www.people.fas.harvard.edu /~mponeill/goleen/area.html   (294 words)

  
 Goleen Hotel /Goleen Restaurant/ Goleen Hotels Ireland/ Travel Guide Goleen/ Local Attractions Goleen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Ideally located for Shannon Airport and the Raheen Industrial Estate, the South Court Hotel presents a somewhat daunting exterior, but once inside...
The Heron’s Cove philosophy is to use only the best of fresh, local ingredients and there’s a natural leaning towards seaf...
Violet & Richard Connell’s remarkable roadside farmhouse in the hills behind Goleen is immaculat...
www.ireland-guide.com /browse/map.725.1269.html   (141 words)

  
 <- Welcome to Schull -> <- West Cork - Ireland ->
Traveling west from Schull you drive along the bog road built originally in the eighteenth century to carry butter to Cork for export to the new colonies.
Traveling on through the townlands of Kealfadda, Ballyrisode and Ballydevlin you arrive in Goleen.
This village was built during the nineteenth century at a crossroads where a cattle fair was regularly held.
www.schull.ie /info_schull/goleen.htm   (655 words)

  
 Mizen Head Signal Station Visitor Centre, Goleen, West Cork, Ireland Location Maps, Routeplanning, Enquiries, Feedback, ...
Continue to the end of the road and turn right at the T junction.
Go through Goleen and continue until you see the sign for Mizen Head Drive (don't take the first turn to the right after the village - go straight on until you see the second sign)
Follow the route R592 through Schull, through Goleen and continue until you see the sign for Mizen Head Drive (don't take the first turn to the right after the village - go straight on until you see the second sign)
www.mizenhead.ie /feedback.htm   (179 words)

  
 Trawler Transat
Bransom Bean, left, and Jon Ehly, my excellent shipmates aboard Goleen, provide their best impersonation of Laurel and Hardy in an ocean close to four miles deep.
Jon Ehly dives off Goleen as we enjoy the obligatory mid-passage group swim between the Azores and Gibraltar.
The fly bridge was a great place to relax, and I personally slept up there too.
radio.weblogs.com /0137829/2004/06/30.html   (1298 words)

  
 Cork to Barleycove via Skibbereen, Ballydehob Schull & Goleen
Take the N71 for West Cork > Bandon > Skibbereen > Ballydehob take the R592 for Schull Goleen.
After Schull veer right at the Y junction for Goleen (not the coast road).
Drive through the village of Goleen and as you exit the village, turn right at the sign for Barleycove Beach Hotel.
www.barleycoveorchidhouse.com /barleycove-location.html   (96 words)

  
 Heron's Cove, Goleen, West Cork, Mizen Head, Ireland, Barleycove, B&Bs, Restaurants Quality Approved Accommodation ...
Heron's Cove, Goleen, West Cork, Mizen Head, Ireland, Barleycove, BandBs, Restaurants Quality Approved Accommodation Fresh Fish and Wine on the Harbour,
Sue Hill welcomes you to the Mizen and the small village of Goleen, near Ireland's most southwesterly point, Mizen Head.
A short stroll to Goleen and its four pubs.
www.heroncove.ie   (171 words)

  
 BootsnAll.com - Wading at the Edge of the World: Cold, Wet, and Mostly Alone on the Irish Coast (2 of 3)
I still wanted to get down to the beach, though, so I headed back out after consulting with Mrs.
Unlike hitchhiking from Schull to Goleen, hitchhiking to Barleycove Bay was relatively painless.
I wasn't walking three minutes when a young Brit stopped to give me a lift in his battered, stripped-down Land Rover.
www.bootsnall.com /travelstories/europe/feb01goleen2.shtml   (884 words)

  
 Goleen self-catering holiday bungalows - Holiday lets in Goleen, Ireland - Book direct
Goleen self-catering holiday bungalows - Holiday lets in Goleen, Ireland - Book direct
Self-catering holiday lets in Goleen, Ireland - Vacation bungalows to rent - Book direct
Summary list of holiday bungalows in Goleen - click photos for more details.
www.holidaylettings.co.uk /goleen   (73 words)

  
 Mizen Head Visitor Centre Goleen Visitor Attractions
In the grounds of the Altar Restaurant a recent find was a Wedge Tomb from the Bronze Age.
Access is restricted at the moment because of the unstable state of the castles, but it is worth asking if it is possible to visit.
As you wind up the road the view to the north suddenly opens up to show Dunmanus Bay, Sheep’s Head and in the distance the Beara Peninsula and the mountains of Kerry.
www.mizenhead.net /goolen.html   (929 words)

  
 Irish Holiday Home for Sale Property County Cork Ireland
We are delighted to offer to the market this spacious, modern, newly built dormer style home.
This property is ideally suited for use as a permanent residence or quality holiday home due to is choice convenient location immediately adjacent to Goleen Village.
Goleen is known as the gateway to the Mizen Head Peninsula, the sandy beaches of Barleycove and the popular harbour village of Crookhaven.
www.liamhodnett.ie /property-ireland-255.html   (401 words)

  
 Bantry, Mizen Peninsula, Ballydehob, Schull, Goleen, Beara Peninsula, Sheep's Head, West Cork Ireland
Bantry, Mizen Peninsula, Ballydehob, Schull, Goleen, Beara Peninsula, Sheep's Head, West Cork Ireland
Select a town and accommodation type from the drop down menus below to view accommodation in that area.
Goleen is a pretty village in a lovely setting on the road to
www.westcork.ie /zone_4.asp   (342 words)

  
 Hoseasons Holidays in Ireland - Tigh Na Carraig, Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Peacefully set above the popular little coastal village of Goleen, this very comfortable, stone cottage, built in traditional Irish style, has much charm and character with the benefit of modern home comforts.
Set in half an acre of natural garden, the cottage is close to several sheltered sandy beaches including Barleycove and Ballyrisode, both 5 miles.
Pubs, shops and restaurants in Goleen less than a mile away.
www.hoseasons.co.uk /holidays/ricottages/cottages/showcottage.asp?sitecode=F036   (191 words)

  
 House for rent near Goleen, Co. Cork, Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
House for rent near Goleen, Co. Cork, Ireland
Lovely cottage for rent near Goleen, Co. Cork, South West Ireland
The cottage is for rent throughout the year, cost is $300 per week summers (June 1-Aug 30) and $200 per week winters (Sep 1 to May 31), 50% on booking, 50% a week before arrival.
www.ellada.com /pv/goleen   (358 words)

  
 THE EWE, GOLEEN SW IRELAND, PHOTOS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
THIS IS ME IN THE GARDEN OF THE EWE I DIDN'T TAKE A LOT OF PHOTOS GOOD ENOUGH TO SCAN IN.
GOLEEN IS ON THE SOUTHWEST TIP OF IRELAND.
THIS WAS AN OLD CHURCH ABOUT 5 MILES NORTH OF GOLEEN.
www.btinternet.com /~anthony.seaton/ewe.html   (361 words)

  
 Irish Residential Property Goleen West County Cork Ireland
Irish Residential Property Goleen West County Cork Ireland
This spacious 5 bedroomed dormer residence is choicely situated and enjoys pleasant views of Dunmanus Bay, the property is located approximately 14 miles from Bantry Town with the villages of Schull and Goleen being within a short driving distance.
Dunmanus Castle and Pier are situated within a very short walking distance of the property where one can gain access to Dunmanus Bay which is a haven for sailing and boating enthusiasts.
liamhodnett.ie /LH00229.html   (643 words)

  
 Heron's Cove, Goleen Harbour, Co. Cork, Munster, Ireland, from Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay, Ireland
Heron's Cove, Goleen Harbour, Co. Cork, Munster, Ireland, from Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay, Ireland
This is a spectacular part of Ireland with its deep inlets, steepling cliffs, seas that flash with scintillas of sunlight or thunder against the rocky headlands; roads dip, plunge, twist...
directions: From Skibbereen N71 to Ballydehob; left R592 to Toormore; left R591 to Goleen; there, left opp.
www.specialplacestostay.com /search/display.php?FileID=ir1134   (163 words)

  
 Cork Kerry - Accommodation Search Individual Result   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Travel From Bantry To Durrus And Onto Goleen.
Take Road To Mizen Head From Goleen For 4 Miles Which Will Bring You To The Hotel, Signposts From Bantry
The actual price you are charged may be more.
www.corkkerry.ie /accom_search_results_single.asp?sID=HHS03211   (117 words)

  
 NAR TrackOmatic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Also, a special thank you to Chris Samuelson and Georgs Kolesnikovs on Goleen for sending me regular position reports via e-mail as they approached Gibraltar!
We await arrival of the rest of the fleet.
The relative fleet track and positions are based on position reports from Goleen Estimated and Envoy Estimated.
abaco.pwr.com /NAR2004/tracker   (360 words)

  
 Barleycove Beach Hotel bed and breakfast - Goleen, Ireland. Goleen Bed and Breakfast Inns.
Barleycove Beach Hotel bed and breakfast - Goleen, Ireland.
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www.bedandbreakfast.com /Listing.aspx?id=610054   (44 words)

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