Place:Ballycotton, County Cork, Republic of Ireland

Alt namesBaile Choitínsource: (Irish)
Ballycottonsource: (English)
Coordinates51.831°N 8.015°W
Located inCounty Cork, Republic of Ireland
Also located inCloyne, County Cork, Republic of Ireland    
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Ballycotton is a Seaside resort village in County Cork, Ireland, situated about 25 miles east of Cork city. It is a famous fishing village and has given its name to the folk band Ballycotton. The village is set on a rocky-ledge overlooking Ballycotton Bay and its sandy beach that stretches for about 25 km east to Knockadoon Head. The current village is actually a re-settlement of an older village which is now entirely underwater. Ballycotton experiences severe coastal erosion with metres of land crumbling into the sea every few years. It is a site of international research interest on coastal erosion.

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