Take in some of the most scenic views the Beara Peninsula has to offer, whether you’re a serious walker or a Sunday morning rambler!
The Beara is the quietest and most striking of the three main peninsulas of the southwest of Ireland.
The unspoilt Beara Peninsula is shared between counties Cork and Kerry. It is encircled by the Beara Way, 197 kilometre long and offers spectacular mountain and coastal scenery. Towns on route are Glengarriff, Castletownbere and Kenmare. Villages in between are Adrigole, Allihies, Eyeries and Ardgroom. A trip by ferry to Bere Island or a cable car to Dursey Island will offer excellent walking.
There are also many loop walks nearby including the Glengarriff Nature Reserve.
With time to wander off the beaten track, pause for a chat with the locals and an excuse to enjoy a pint of Guinness at the end of every day, you will experience the real Ireland.