Douglas is a suburb of Cork City. The village centre has two principal commercial streets, Douglas East and Douglas West, which are situated approximately 300m apart. However, most retail activity takes place in the two shopping centres, Douglas Village Shopping Centre (anchored by Tesco, Marks and Spencer and TK Maxx) and Douglas Court Shopping Centre (anchored by Dunnes Stores). A farmers' market is held every Saturday in the car park of the Douglas Court Shopping Centre, and another by the eastern entrance of the Douglas Village Shopping Centre. GAA clubs in the area include the Douglas GAA and Nemo Rangers hurling and football clubs. Local football clubs include Tramore Athletic FC, Grangevale AFC, College Corinthians and Douglas Hall AFC. There are also local golf (and pitch and putt) clubs, including Douglas Golf Club, Frankfield Golf Club and Douglas Pitch and Putt Club. There is also a rugby club, tennis club, basketball club, gymnastics club, cricket club and hockey club. The N40 passes through Douglas, but it is not possible to turn onto it in an eastbound direction and westbound traffic may not leave the road. Fuller access is available via the N28 from nearby Rochestown. The area is served by numerous bus routes including the 206, 207, 216, 219, 220 and 223. Cork Kent Railway station is 5km away. There are also eight primary schools in the area as well as five secondary schools.