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  www.youghalchamber.ie - Welcome
Youghal town stands at the mouth of the beautiful River Blackwater and has miles of sandy beaches, a mild climate, fabulous views of sea, the river and the mountians.
Youghal is situated between the cities of Cork and Waterford, with their sea ports and international air terminals.
This website is designed and sponsored by the nice people at The Irish Riviera - The most popular tourist website for Youghal and the surrounding area.
www.youghalchamber.ie   (96 words)

  
  Youghal - LoveToKnow 1911   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-16)
YOUGHAL (pronounced Yawl), a seaport, market town and watering-place of county Cork, Ireland, on the W. side of the Blackwater estuary, and on the Cork and Youghal branch of the Great Southern and Western railway, 264 m.
He was mayor of Youghal in 1588-89, and is said to have first cultivated the potato here.
Youghal (Eschaill, " the Yew wood") was made a settlement of the Northmen in the 9th century, and was incorporated by King John in 1209.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Youghal   (367 words)

  
 Tynte's Castle of Youghal Ireland
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In the 16th century, the Walsh's were prominent in civic office in Youghal; William Walsh was Mayor in 1527, 1544 and 1548; Christopher Walsh was Mayor in 1549; and Jonathan Walsh held office in 1565.
The Walsh family in Youghal were part of a larger group of Walsh's in East Cork that were vassals of the overlord Earls of Desmond since the 14th century.
tyntescastle.com /families.html   (1390 words)

  
 Youghal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Youghal (pronounced [jɔːl] or [ˈjɒhəl]; Irish Eochaill [ˈɔxəʎ]) is a seaport in County Cork, Republic of Ireland.
Youghal is located on the estuary of the River Blackwater, and in the past was militarily and economically important.
Youghal received its charter of incorporation in 1209, but the history of settlement on the site is much longer, with a Norse settlement being present in the 9th century, the Church of Coran in the town's western suburbs dating from the 5th century, and evidence of Neolithic habitation at nearby Newport.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Youghal   (1071 words)

  
 Welcome to Cork Kerry-Youghal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-16)
Youghal (pronounced Yawl) is a designated Irish Heritage Town, and one of the few towns in Ireland where the mediaeval town walls still survive.
Youghal is renowned for its lace and pottery.
Youghal Maritime Festival is held annually in the town.
www.corkkerry.ie /content.asp?id=152   (686 words)

  
 Youghal - East Cork Ireland Travel Guide
Youghal situated in the South East of Cork has been a popular holiday destination for centuries.
Youghal used to be a busy textile centre and one of Cork's most popular seaside resorts, it is one of the most historic and interesting towns in Ireland being situated at the mouth of the Blackwater one of Ireland's best known salmon fishing rivers, there is a promenade leading to a magnificent 8 kilometre beach.
In Youghal, yew wood was used to feed the ironworks of Richard Boyle during the 17th century.
www.cork-guide.ie /youghal.htm   (312 words)

  
 Glenally House-Youghal Co Cork Ireland.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-16)
Youghal is a Heritage Town situated on the sea in East Cork at the mouth of the River Blackwater.
Youghal has a long history as an important port and, indeed, during the 16th and 17th centuries was busier than either Cork or Waterford.
The coastline west of Youghal is a fine stretch of several miles of sand with 2 safe Blue Flag beaches adjacent to the town.
www.glenally.com /youghal-page.html   (288 words)

  
 Index page for the Youghal Town Council website. This site will tell you all you need, and sometimes didn't realise you ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-16)
Situated on the coastline of East County Cork, the bustling and picturesque town of Youghal is regarded as one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland.
Youghal Town Council has played, and continues to play, a pivotal role in encouraging, assisting and supporting the economic growth of the town.
Co-operation is an essential element in advancing community development and economic sustainability and it is pleasing to observe the level of inter-agency communications and dialogue between the public and voluntary organisations in Youghal.
www.youghal.ie /index2.html   (429 words)

  
 Youghal, Ireland
Youghal (Eochail, "Yew Wood"; pronounced Yawl) lies on Youghal Bay on the Irish south coast.
Youghal is famous for its point lace, which is distinguished by its vivid patterns.
From the 13th C. until its destruction by the rebel Earl of Desmond in 1579 Youghal was a flourishing place.
www.planetware.com /ireland/youghal-irl-co-you.htm   (174 words)

  
 Youghal Lifeboat
The historic walled Town of Youghal is situated some 30 miles east of Cork City on the south coast of Ireland.
Youghal's Lifeboat Station (51º 57.043'N 007º 50.664'W) is one of the oldest stations in Ireland as it dates back to 1839.
The lifeboat volunteers who crew the boat and manage the station are proud of their station and record.
www.youghallifeboat.org /1.htm   (210 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Youghal
The Wardenship of Youghal, in the Diocese of Cloyne, was founded by Thomas, Eighth Earl of Desmond, the charter being dated 27 Dec., 1464, and was confirmed by the Holy See.
It was endowed with a large number of rectories and vicarages in the Diocese of Cloyne, and also had four vicarages in Ardfert.
He is described as "Warden of Youghal" in 1567.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/15736a.htm   (305 words)

  
 Holiday Accommodation Youghal - Youghal Board, County Cork, Ireland
Youghal is the ideal place for a family holiday.
Youghal is an ideal base from which to explore the Southern half of Ireland on Holiday.
Youghal lies on the National / Euro route between Cork and Waterford.
www.strand-palace.com /youghal.htm   (571 words)

  
 Youghal
Youghal Needlelace grew out of the need for employment during the potato famine of 1846.
In 1987, Veronica Stuart from Carrigaline, Co. Cork, in conjunction with Sister Mary Coleman, Presentation Convent, Youghal unravelled a piece of Youghal Lace and learnt the stitches and techniques used.
Mrs Stuart travelled to the Continent to perfect her skills in Needlelace and in 1989 she began teaching Youghal Needlelace, thus ensuring it’s survival.
www.irishlace.org /youghal.htm   (89 words)

  
 Youghal Cork Ireland - Youghal East Cork Guide
Youghal derives its name from the Gaelic word ‘Eochaill’ meaning ‘yew wood’.
Family holidays have always been a Youghal tradition and its “Blue Flag” beach and numerous indoor attractions provide for a variety of activities and entertainment — no matter what the weather.
Youghal presents a great mixture of old and new.
www.eastcorktourism.com /youghal.asp   (342 words)

  
 Youghal Golf Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-16)
Youghal G.C. is a scenic and challenging 18 hole,
The course plays as a "Parkland" course has a magnificant par 3 surrounded by water and bunkers, that would test the skill of any golfer.
The excellently maintained greens and fairways at Youghal G.C. are nurtured by a professional staff to ensure year-round play.
homepage.eircom.net /~youghalgc/index.htm   (145 words)

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