South West Ireland
In the South West of Ireland there are 5 peninsulas that projects into the Atlantic sea. All have a coastal ring road and these coastal roads with view of unspoilt and unique scenery, enchanting Islands, picturesque Irish villages and towns, historic antiquities.
Eyeries Area, Bhéarra
Colourful houses overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, with a surrounding area rich in history and places to visit.
Bhearra not know to the extend of the Ring of Kerry because the coastal road was very narrow at a number of location, prohibiting busses and campers. The Beara peninsular is extremely rich in sites of historic interest, the development of the human species. The area dotted with wedge tombs, stone circles, alignments and gallauns, from DurseyIsland to Garnish and BereIsland.
Main activities; Driving the Scenic Ring Road, visit and photography of historical and archaeological sites, the Beara Way Walking and Cycling route (209 km long), several national and other parks and gardens, Sailing, Fishing, Golf and Horse riding.
The village church, across from Causkey's Bar in the centre of Eyeries
The Bhéarra peninsula is the undiscovered jewel of South West Ireland. The Oceanside 146 kilometers long, small beaches, steep cliffs and mountains, and draws surfers, tourists, sightseers, and families from around the globe to view nature splendor. Its beauty still unspoiled, its wildness untamed, and the flash of the sea at this land’s end also its beginning. All those who come to the Beara discover it, make it, and find it, for themselves. For the tourists, the sheltered beaches, steep cliffs, historic landmarks, and year round fishing.
The village was once described as like kites in a summer sky, for each house is painted a different colour
Chellchatthigern & kyllcharrine
Nobody knows how old the church/site really is.
According to the book written by Daniel M. O’Brien,
“Beara, a journey through history” gives the carved stone head
an important clue.
The Hag of Beara
Legend has it she turned to stone waiting for her ships to come in. The stone is just west of Tragalee as you climb the hill.
Most people are not aware of the fact that cold water coral and calcinated seaweed can be found in Ireland. The best place to look for it is in tidal pools along the rocky shore.
Allihies, the copper town.
A druid was a member of the priestly and learned class in the ancient Celtic societies of Western Europe, Britain and Ireland. Druids combined the duties of priest, judge, scholar, and teacher. Do feature prominently in later Irish myth and literature.
Tragalee, view from the house
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Ierland is een land van betoverende groene kleuren, ruige berglandschappen, gestoffeerd met romantische meren en doorkliefd met rivieren. Alles is nog puur natuur, het landschap, de kleding, het voedsel en de bevolking die is nog “echt”. Is het daarom dat boeiende legenden en volksverhalen, verteld bij een knapperend haardvuur, nog altijd zo levend en aktueel zijn?
Is de band van de bevolking daarom zo sterk met mysterieuze oudheden, het verleden maar tegelijk ook met de nieuwe tijd? Waar anders bieden ruimte, rust en eenvoud zoveel afwisseling?
Hier finden Sie Informationen zu Reisen in Irland. Immer wieder wird der Blick frei auf die atemberaubende Umgebung. Blick über das Meer und die Caha Berge der Beara Halbinsel und Eyeries. Beara ist eine einzigartige Naturerlebnis.
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