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The Village


Stones and ruins


Places to Visit 


Kilcatherine Church


Coral & seaweed














South West Ireland

Area, Bhéarra

 Rich in history and places to visit.

The village church, across from Causkey's Bar in the centre of Eyeries


Inland or interior .

To complete the loop you travel inland, it will take you back to Glengarriff over the Caha Pass, a precarious winding road literally through the mountains, tunneled in the 19th Century.

Many may wish to stay longer, to explore its beauty on foot, cycling or driving. The food's fresh, local and delicious, and sufficient Leisure Activities for a stormy day. Kenmare and Glengarriff are a good base, as there are many options for accommodation, more than out on the peninsula itself, still there are plenty of good quality B & B along the route, including a number of Camping’s. With a landscape that is beautiful, magical and full of rugged charm, you are invited to do something, Walk along the historical sites, in the mountains, go Cruising or Sailing in the Bay, Diving an alternative, hire a Canoe or Horse, Golfing, Fishing, Touring or just visit a local Pub soaking up the best of Irish music.

The most westerly part of Corks peninsulas, and arguably its most spectacular, the Beara Peninsula is shared by county Kerry and presents exhilarating hill walking


Return to Beara Holidays Main Site

Tragalee, view from the house

Irish history

oher Links

Coral & seaweed

Seafood  energy  health  Pharma.  cosmetics  kelp petfooddrinkswinecancercapsules

Seaweed online info site bio-fuel and algae Free energy

SeaweedZeewierAlga marina AlgueAlgae 

Seaweed producers.

Seaweed Ireland

Irish Seaweed

Seaweed market

sea plant site


Unzere Erde

Wild sea vegetables

Seaweed milk shakes

Seaweed products for health


Do stay young

Aloe Vera

Cactus products

Bath & spa 

Self catering accommodation Ireland

Free energy from space

Euro Zone Investments