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Mallow Map and Tourist Information
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At the heart of Munster lies Mallow, County Cork's largest county town. Set deep in the blackwater valley, Mallow was traditionally an agricultural market town but, due to vast improvements in infrastructure and services, coupled with significant promotion and investment by Cork County Council and the private sector, the town has become a thriving business and residential centre. A great place to live, to shop and to do business.


All emergency services Tel:  999

Fire Brigade Tel:  022 21475  or  

 022 21142

Garda Siochana Tel:  022 21105

Mallow General Hospital Tel:  022 21251


Tourist Office, Town Hall. Tel:  022 42222

Cork County Council Offices,

Annabella, Mallow.  Tel:  022 21123

Citizens Information Centre,

Market Square, Mallow   Tel:  076 107 8000

Mallow Heritage Genealogy Tel:  022 50302

Parish Centre, 27 Davis Street  Tel:  022 20276

Office of Registrar Tel:  022 50230

C103fm, Local Radio Staion

Market Day Friday, including holidays

Early Closing Wednesday afternoons

Shops Closed All bank holidays

Late Shopping Thursday & Friday


Church of the Resurrection (Catholic)

Saturday 7.30pm; Sunday 10am & 12 noon;

Mon-Fri 9.15am

St. Mary's Catholic Church

Saturday 6.30pm; Sunday 8.30am, 10.30am & 12 noon;

Mon, Wed, Fri 8am.  Mon-Sat 8am &10am


The Gate Cinema,

Market Square, Mallow Tel: 022 53282  


Bus Service Information Tel: 021 4508188

Train Service Tel: 022 21120


Thomas Davis Street, Mallow Tel:  022 21821

Euro Cafe, Park West. Tel:  022 31720


Mallow hosts a wide and varied selection of entertainment both in town and in the surrounding areas to cater for all ages. There are regular exhibitions in the library and classical concerts in St. Marys Church.  Also the annual Thomas Davis lecture. Trad and Ballad sessions are held every Wednesday in Albert Lynches with no cover charge and they also host music on Friday nights.

The Gallery Restaurant & Bar - St. Joseph’s Road, Mallow. Tel. (022) 20760  - Great entertainment every week, Friday nights Traditional Irish Music and Saturday nights Live Bands.
 A must when in Mallow.  (See advertising panels)

Walk along the Blackwater River from the Town Park to Annabella. Town Trail, available from the Tourist Office. Knockroura, two miles south of the town, forest walks, picnic and viewing area. Knockroura is part of the E8 European long distance walking route Galtee Mor Climb. Ask at the Tourist Office for directions.
Millstreet Country Park, 500 acres of spectacular views, country park and trails visit the website for further details

Mallow Riverside Amenity Walk, Killavullen Loop Walk, Ballyhoura Walking Trails,
Ballyhoura Biking Trails.  Doneraile Forest Park Rebel Trail - Audio guide available.


Mallow has a comprehensive bus and rail service connecting to such places as Cork, Limerick, Killarney, Tipperary, Rosslare, Dublin etc. Taxis are available locally. Mini-buses and coaches are available for hire.


There is a Country Market on Fridays in St. James Hall where homemade produce is for sale.  There are regular farmers markets at the Nano Nagle Centre (eastward on the N72).  There is also a farmers market every Friday at 4 home car park.
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A day or two at the races...

Welcome to Cork Racecourse Mallow, situated on the banks of the Blackwater, the crossroads of Munster and Home of National Hunt racing. With national hunt and flat meetings all year round Cork Racecourse Mallow provides fabulous facilities to enjoy the excitement and spectacle of a day at the races. Whether you are an occasional racegoer, or racing is your passion, a day at the races is unlike any other sporting event. At Cork Racecourse Mallow you can enjoy your day to the full and feel part of the fun, excitement, colour and 'craic' that is racing in Ireland. sThis racecourse with its excellent parking facilities is ideally located approx one mile from town on the Killarney road. There is a free
shuttle bus service from Mallow Train station and Mallow Town to and from the racecourse for all race meetings. Racing home for Easter  26th, 27th and 28th March 2016.

The Blackwater catchment offers first class fishing of trout, salmon, roach, dace and perch. This
excellent river has few equals as a competition water and is a most important game/coarse angling river. In addition Ballyhass Lakes offers all year round trout fishing.

Apart from its excellent 18 hole golf course, Mallow Golf Club has many fringe benefits including a golf shop, squash, tennis, billiards and a sauna. There is also the Majestic Pitch & Putt course on the Cork Road.

Enjoy the thrill of international showjumping at the Greenglens Arena, in Millstreet town, with two
highly acclaimed horse shows each year in August and October/ November with competitors from all over the world.

There are various types of registered accommodation
available to suit all needs in Mallow and in the surrounding areas.

Festivals & Annual Events
St Patrick’s Day Festival
Racing Home for Easter Festival & Food Festival (26th, 27th and 28th March, 2016.) Mallow 10 Athletics Road Race, and regular horse race meetings
Home and Garden Festival (July)
The Jim Walsh Memorial Rally, Forest Car Rally and The Cork 20 International Tarmac Car Rally,
Family fun sports day are all based in Mallow. (Sept.) For details please contact the Tourist Office 022 42222.

Albert Lynchs
Albert’s as it is affectionately known is a pub in the same family
ownership for over a 100 years (4 generations) and has retained its original character but changed appropriately and professionally over the years and survived. It’s a pub with a warm and welcoming atmosphere and a cheerful and caring staff that serve top quality draught Irish beer, stout, ale and a wide selection of bottled beers, wines, spirits and cocktails. Albert’s has the traditional Irish bar charm offering a unique interior design with lots of seating, full of nooks and crannies for its customers to chat within. In contrast to the old style the bar has many luxury extras such as HD plasma technology, ideal for viewing weekly sporting events and matches. Lying outside the bar is the beautiful "ash garden" with seating nestled amongst potted plants. A great place to go for a drink on your own or with a group of friends and where you will feel at home and will go away wanting to come back. tel: 022 21784  email: