- Unionhall is a picturesque fishing village about 10km east of Skibbereen in County Cork
- This lovely fishing port is sheltered in an almost hidden corner of Glandore Harbour.
- Framed by a unique one-lane bridge and a sweeping curve of brightly painted homes and shops, the main road through the village beckons visitors to further exploration.
- Its quaintness and charm have been recognized by artists through the years, enticing potographers, painters, poets and writers entrigued by its distinct character.
- In the early 1700's it was lauded by the great patriot dean of Ireland, Johnathan Swift.
- More recently it was chosen by the film maker, David Puttnam as the main venue for one of his latest films, "War of the Buttons".
- Your visit to Union Hall will uncover a remarkably Irish village with roots steeped in history, a great part of that history is connected with the sea and Union Hall is now a prime fishing port catering for both the professional fisherman and the angling enthusiast.
- Boat trips to see fin whales, seals and dolphins are very popular here
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