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The nation's capital city, Dublin, is located approximately 140 miles to the northeast of Newmarket.
Blarney Castle and Blarney Stone are some of the most renowned sites around. See them in real life in Blarney, 25 miles southeast of town.
Does chilling out on the shore tickle your fancy? Consider organising a day trip to Ballynamona Beach or Ardmore Beach.
You don't need to go too far afield to find some photo-worthy natural sights. Warm up the car and follow the road to Ballyhass Lakes, 9 miles away from Newmarket, for a relaxing day. Or maybe Farran Forest Park looks more appealing? You'll find it 25 miles away.
Nothing compares to the atmosphere of live soccer! See the Kerry Senior Team in action on their home ground at Fitzgerald Stadium, 25 miles away in Killarney.
If you want to do a little exploring, add a day trip to Liscarroll to your travel plan. This locality is 9 miles to the east and is the home of Ballybeg Priory and Kilcolman Wildfowl Refuge. Want more ideas? Cecilstown is 10 miles to the east of Newmarket and is known for Ballinamona Golf Course and Mallow The Rebel Trail.
Whether it's for a bit of retail therapy or to see the sights, locals and visitors alike often take the trip to Killarney, 25 miles to the southwest. Lissyvigeen Circle, the Speir Bhean Monument and Knockreer Estate are close by. That said, make sure you don't pass up Killarney House Gardens and Killarney Methodist Church either.
Your eyes shouldn't have all the fun while you're in Cork. Give your taste buds a little love as well by indulging in the local food and drink. After all, you haven't truly experienced a place until you've tasted its flavours.
An ingredient often found in the cuisine here is mutton. One more is pork. They're definitely worth trying out if you're not already a fan.
Ask a local what to eat in Newmarket and Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) will probably be among the first things they advise. Drisheen (blood sausage) is another regional specialty you should try.
If dessert is your thing, we don't think you'll be disappointed. Be sure to order sweet seedcake loaf, a yummy treat that's sure to hit your sweet spot.
If you really want to see the big pitcher, take the hopportunity to gulp down a beer. Schooner rather than later! Dorky beer puns aside, don't forget to order Murphy’s Irish Stout, one of the top local brews.
What better way to learn about a place than by joining in on a day of national celebration? There'll be loads of festivities planned for Saint Patrick's Day on the 17th of March.
With just a little bit of your holiday allowance left to spend, be sure to stock up on some postcards of the beautiful Cork region before you bid farewell.
Kerry Airport (KIR), the closest airport, is approximately 25 miles to the west from the centre of Newmarket. Plan a route, pack your bags and set your alarm — and be sure not to hit the snooze button too many times!