Close by Mizen Head – the most southerly point in Ireland – and sitting on the pier of a tiny harbour village, you’ll find O’Sullivans, an old-fashioned fisherman’s bar with a simple yet tasty menu of stuffed crab sandwiches, steaming bowls of chowder, soda breads and salads.
O'Sullivans can feel like the last bar in Europe, the friendly, homely pub perched on the edge of the world. It’s a delight if you are travelling through West Cork. And there are many like it along Cork’s 1,000km wild Atlantic coastline. Just go and explore.