Cork has the perfect lifestyle balance – a vibrant, bustling city set in a county with some of the most spectacular natural beauty in Europe. The city itself is compact and free from the ravages of urban sprawl.
Many unspoiled mountains, lakes, rivers and beaches are just a short drive from the city centre, and even in the heart of the county, you are never more than an hour from the spectacular Atlantic coastline.
As a result of its rich cultural heritage, Cork was selected as European Capital of Culture in 2005 – a tremendous boost to a city that has more theatres, concert venues, arts centres and galleries per head of population than any other Irish city.
Cork is renowned for its annual festivals, with over 100 taking place across the county every year. Corkonians and visitors alike enjoy the fabulous sights and sounds of Cork International Jazz Festival, Cork Midsummer Festival, sailing at Cork Week, Kinsale Arts Week and East Cork Early Music Festival, click here for more. Cork International Jazz Festival is probably the best known of the festivals, attracting artists from all over the world to perform in front of tens of thousands of jazz lovers in venues.
Tyndall is located in the heart of Cork City a place of great wit, culture and independence. Cork is a hub of culture and business whilst the county boasts some of the country’s most magnificent landscapes. It is the perfect place to live, work, learn and thrive!
Cork is extremely outward looking; we have always been engaged with the wider world through our proud maritime history. We’re open and accommodating and are delighted to welcome and embrace people choosing to make Cork their home. It’s a place where people quickly feel part of, make friends, connections and put down roots.