Ballincollig is a satellite town in Co Cork. The largest town in the county outside of the city, it is located approximately 9km west of Cork City beside the River Lee on the R608 regional road. The nearest towns include: Ballinora, Ovens, Killumney, Inniscarra, Blarney and Tower. Two Catholic churches are located in the town. The modern 'Church of Christ Our Light' is located on the west side of the town, while the old 'Church of St Mary and St John' is located near the centre of the town, on Station Road. The Bible Baptist Church meets in the Westgate Foundation on the west end of town. The church is associated with the Cork Bible Institute and other Gospel ministries. Other religious groups including Hindus, Sikhs, and Greek Orthodox also have services at various locations in Ballincollig. The amenities located in Ballincollig include a library, a multiplex cinema, playgrounds, shopping centres and a large park. Ballincollig is home to several crèches, four primary schools, and two secondary schools. A children's activity centre has been established with a synthetic skating rink, Supernova, which offers skating on a plastic surface. The Oriel Hotel and Leisure Centre offers facilities including a swimming pool, gym and related classes. There are also shops, a shopping centre, restaurants and takeaway establishments in the town. Ballincollig is served by a number of Bus Eireann bus routes, including he 220, 220A and 233, all of which go to Cork City Centre, as well as further afield to places such as Macroom, Douglas, Carrigaline, Crosshaven and Fountainstown.