Glanworth is a village in Cork Cork. It is situated on the R512 regional road, 8km north west of Fermoy and 40km north east of Cork City. The village has a Catholic church, school, several shops and 10 pubs. The village is commonly referred to as 'The Harbour', stemming from the 9th century invasion of Vikings who sailed inland as far as the monastery in Glanworth. Local places of interest include Glanworth Castle, Glanworth Abbey, Glanworth Mill and Labbacallee wedge tomb. There is also a GAA club, scouting troop and two soccer clubs.