Parking in Cork with APCOA

Searching for a car park in Cork? Choose from the location list below and find a suitable car park today.

Highfield Rugby Club

Closing today: 22:00, Car park (surface)

If you are disabled, you can use special spaces
You get a signal so you can use your phone.
Facilitated access services for disabled car drivers.
Merchants Quay

Closing today: 18:00, Multistorey car park

Per hour From  3
St Patrick's Quay

Open all day, Multistorey car park

If you are disabled, you can use special spaces
An elevator or lift is a type of vertical transportation that moves people or goods between floors (levels, decks) of a multilevel carpark.
This can be with or without camera surveillance, can be a locked gate that you need to present your ticket to get in, can be a closed area frequently patrolled, can be well lit.
This carpark has barriers on entry and/or exit. Entry/exit is validated by parking paper tickets, identification card or other electronic devices.
from  2.50

APCOA operates several car parks in the Douglas Village suburb of Cork city: at East Douglas Village, Douglas Cinema, and St Patricks Woollen Mills. Our Co Cork car parks are pay and display. 

Co Cork is Ireland’s biggest county. It’s also Ireland’s southernmost county. Beautiful and green, Co Cork is surrounded by mountains and defined by three huge rivers. The Lee, the Blackwater, and the Bandon divide Co Cork into flood plains and valleys, which support a large variety of wildlife species. Cork’s coastline is home to one of the UK’s only gannet populations. 

Our Douglas Village parking locations are convenient for the cinema, shopping centres, and of course the village itself. East Douglas Village is, on average, a 5-minute walk from all three of our Douglas Village car parks. 

Our East Douglas Village and St Patrick Woollen Mills car parks are also handy for Douglas Shopping Centre (2 minutes) and Douglas Court Shopping Centre (8 minutes). Our Douglas Cinema location, in addition to being convenient for the cinema itself, is only a few minutes’ walk from both shopping centres, as well as St Patricks Woollen Mills. 

East Douglas Village is an ideal location for visitors to Cork city. Self-contained, but convenient for the city, East Douglas Village enjoys the perfect combination of business, shopping, and entertainment. Catch a movie at Douglas Cinema, eat and shop at Douglas Court Shopping Centre, or just wander the pleasant streets in the evening. With three APCOA car parks close by, you never need to worry about finding a parking space.