Fota Island or Foaty Island is a small island in Cork Harbour, Ireland, just north of the larger island of Great Island. The name "Fota" is derived from the Irish "FÃ³d te" meaning warm soil. Fota Island is host to Ireland's only wildlife park â as well as the historical Fota House with ornamental gardens and an 18-hole golf course owned by the "Fota Island Golf Club and Resort".
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Fota Island, Carrigtwohill, Cork, Ireland
Fota Arboretum contains an extensive collection of trees and shrubs extending over an area of approx. 11 hectares (27 acres) and includes features such as ornamental pond, Italian and walled gardens. The collection includes many tender plants that could n
Fota Island, Carrigtwohill, Co. Cork, Ireland
Fota Island is a wildlife reserve and wildlife park with an arboretum contain rare species of trees and shrubs. Established in 1820 it lies in Cork Harbour.
Fota Island, Cork, Co. Cork
The 5-star Fota Island Hotel boasts an 18-hole championship golf course, a swimming pool and beautifully designed rooms with countryside views and luxury bathrooms. Cork is just 8 miles away.
Fota Island, Cobh, Co. Cork
Fota Island Hotel and Luxury Spa in Cork offers guests 123 contemporary style en-suite rooms and 8 private penthouse suites with inviting and sumptuous interiors. The contemporary external styling of 5 Star Fota Island Hotel & Spa surrounds what
Fota Island Golf Club, Cork City, Co. Cork
After a day's golf at Fota Island Golf Resort Ireland, come and relax in the congenial atmosphere of the Spike Bar & Clubhouse overlooking the iconic 18th green of the Deerpark course. Perfect for light snacks before you venture out or ideal for