The Beara Peninsula draws cyclists seeking a less travelled, Irish coastal experience
The Beara Way Cycling Route is a National Cycling Route and for most parts is on country roads and stays close to the coastline. The route travels along the entire Beara Peninsula passing through towns and villages along the way. The entire route is 183 kms. There is no start or finish so you can join the route in any town and village on the peninsula. The route is sign-posted with a logo and a bicycle symbol.
Glengarriff to Adrigole – 23kms
Adrigole to Castletownbere – 17kms
Bere Island – 19kms
Castletownbere Dursey Sound and Eyeries – 46kms
Eyeries to Tuosist – 45kms
Tuosist to Glengarriff and spur to Kenmare – 33kms
Hungry Hill Lodge can accommodate groups of up to 27 people and if you don’t have your own bike you can hire one on site.
For further information – http://www.bearatourism.com/cycleroute.html