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Despite being notorious for its rain, Ireland was kind to us while we were visiting the Beara peninsula and we enjoyed sunny vistas at every step of the way. Fans of Neil Jordan's films might be interested to know that Ondine was filmed at Pulleen,...More
I had some time on a Sunday morning and I decided to take a drive. I was staying in Glengariff and the Beara way leads right out of town. I didn’t drive the entire tour but I did quite a bit. I stopped for coffee...More
Please don't visit the Beara Peninsula, it is so beautiful and little visited. We paddled in the turquoise waters of Grinish Beach on teh way down to Dursey, took the cable car across to Dursey and just drank in the stunning views as we took...More
Together with driving around Dingle these two I can recommend. Ring of Kerry is nice but the huge number of touringcars spoil the fun. But when you have the time: even drive around on the Ring of Kerry.
Absolutely stunning scenery all along the beara way. It's pure Ireland in it's rawest from and has so much to offer around every bend in the road. The tim healy pass, glanmore lake, bere island, dursey island are all worth a visit but there is...More
The Beara Way is an absolutely wonderful walk on the Beara Peninsula and wild flowers, animals and birds abound around you as you stroll along a long but generally gentle stroll, well not too demanding! Bring your flask and your sandwiches and take your time...More