|West Cork Farmers Market's|
Every Tuesday 9.00am - 2.30pm
The Kinsale Farmers Market is held. From 9.00am to 2.30pm, in and around the Temperance Hall on Short Quay, Kinsale.
Stalls in Kinsale Farmer’s Market sell a variety of home made and homegrown goods, providing a serious alternative for regular shoppers who want to make the connection between the food they buy and the people who grew or made it. Check out the superb spice mixes and hot curry to go from East Cork’s Green Saffron and the full to bursting stall of cheesemonger Mark Hosford. Find locally grown organic vegetables, West Cork’s finest fresh fish from Harrington’s, Casey O’Connaill’s lovely chocolate products, and Iain Flynn’s wonderful Flynn’s Kitchen jams, preserves and take away food delights. Kinsale’s Blue Haven restaurant now has it’s own label foods on sale at the market too. And if you fancy some exotic and continental cuisine, there’s Italian ready-made foods, American foods, and a delicious choice of hot crepes to go - if you feel peckish while you shop.
Clonakilty Farmers Market
Every Thursday 10.00am – 2.00pm
Dunmanway Farmers Market
Every Thursday 10.00am – 2.00pm
Every Friday 9:30am – 1.00pm
Bantry Farmers Market, County Cork takes place every Friday from 9.30am-1pm. This is one of the larger West Cork markets, occupying the central town square and spilling out into the adjoining roads and car parks. Here you can expect to find a wonderful selection of fine food including:
Skibbereen Farmers Market
Every Saturday 9:30am – 2.00pm
In the Fairfield, off Bridge Street, Skibbereen. Organic fruit & vegetables, food, baking, cheese, fish, meats, olives, eggs, honey, preserves, plants, local art & crafts, pet & poultry supplies, fresh stone baked pizza, bric-a-brac & collectibles. This is a very busy local market, offering great value and a chance to catch up on the local gossip, with an amazingly wide selection of stalls. Just off the main street in Skibbereen. In addition, the Market is the source of a diverse selection of quality local art & crafts, and provides a great hunting-ground for collectors of antiques, books and bric-a-brac.Bookmark this website and check back soon for more information about the Market - or pop in and see us one Saturday - you’ll be sure to find something interesting!
Bandon Farmers’ Market
Every Saturday 9:30am - 1:30pm
Bandon Farmers' Market was set up in 2006 by a voluntary committee, who shared a love of good food, to supply a wealth of local and artisan produce to the residents of Bandon and the surrounding area. Early every Saturday morning the car park of the Old Market Garden buzzes with the activity of stalls setting up and the first customers arriving. In the Old Market Garden (Between St Peter’s Church and the new Post Office, Bandon) 9.30-1.30. Organic fruit & vegetables, baking, cheese, fish, meats, olives, eggs, honey, preserves, plants.
Every Sunday (Easter to September) 11:30am - 3:30pm
The market was born out of popular demand and while there are currently ten artisan producers and craftspeople engaged in the alfresco enterprise. There is a great deal of interest in the baking section and. of course Sally Barnes’ smoked fish is a perennial favourite among foodies. But there are a lot plants too, courtesy of the magnificent Glebe Gardens, which is located right next door. (except May 30th when the food fare takes place on the Pier as part of Baltimore Seafood Festival) Casey’s Hotel, Baltimore.
Schull Country Market
Every Sunday (Easter to end September, also Christmas) 9:30am - 2pm
Schull Country Market to choose from an unique selection of locally-produced foods and crafts, all being presented by the people who made them. Pick up some delicious food for a seaside picnic, enjoy a home-baked cake or scone, or take some locally-smoked bacon home for tea! Organic fruit & vegetables, food, baking, eggs, honey, preserves, cheese, olives, plants, local crafts. The beautiful seaside village of Schull provides a stunning backdrop to this great market - where everything on sale has been made or sourced locally. Pick up the makings of a picnic - then sit and enjoy it while watching the sea!