The Beara Tour

“Explore the Ireland Tourists rarely get to see”

The Beara Tour takes you through an area of great scenic beauty with high rocky mountains, glacial lakes, magical coastlines, green fields and charming colorful villages. This part of the Southwest is still not discovered by tourists and gives you the feeling of going back in time! Rush hour on the Beara peninsula simply means waiting for sheep or cattle to cross the road.

The landscape of Beara is dominated by the Caha Mountain range which runs down the middle of the peninsula. The Beara Tour takes you over The Healy Pass, a windy mountain road 334 metres above sea level that passes between two of the highest peaks of the Caha range. The views from the Healy Pass are just amazing!

You will also travel along narrow coastal roads that follow the Wild Atlantic Way, with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and Kenmare Bay. The wild seascapes will take your breath away. A windy narrow coastal road takes you to the far end of the Beara peninsula, where Ireland’s only cable car connects the mainland with Dursey island.

The peninsula has a large concentration of historical and archaeological sites; stone circles, old copper mines, the ruins of Dunboy Castle, and Ireland’s largest Ogham Stone.

Explore the Traditional colourful villages of Allihies and Eyeries, overlooking the Atlantic. Visit the largest whitefish port of Ireland in Castletownbere. Take a stoll along the pier to watch the local fishing fleet bring in their fresh catches, and perhaps sample some of the fresh fish in one of the local pubs or restaurants.

Book your private sightseeing experience now and find the Ireland you’ve always imagined.

 

Make your Ireland vacation one to remember and book your private sightseeing experience now! Sit back, relax, and enjoy the Myth & Magic of the Beara Peninsula…..

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