Ringaskiddy is a village in County Cork, Ireland. It is located on the western side of Cork Harbour, south of Cobh, and is 15 kilometres from Cork city, to which it is connected by the N28 road. The village is a port with passenger ferry services to France. A ferry service to Swansea in Wales closed in 2012.
Ringaskiddy has seen huge development in recent years, being transformed from a quiet fishing village into a transport and industrial centre. It is now one of the largest employment hubs in the Cork area. The village is close to Cork Airport, as well as picturesque areas such as Crosshaven and Monkstown.