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 Bhéarra

 Colourful houses overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, with a surrounding area rich in history and places to visit.

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

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North Coastal Road & South Coastal Road.

The Village

 

Stones and ruins

 

Places to Visit 

 

Kilcatherine Church

 

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Basically, the Ring of Beara, (coast road) links the towns of "Glengarriff"   in Cork   with Kenmare in Kerry, in a round about fashion.

 

The north coastal road takes from Dursey to Kenmare, overlooking the KenmareRiver and on a good day you

can see the coastline of the ring of Kerry.

At the Dursey detour,

Dursey Island

 

you pick up the road to Allihies a quaint former copper mining town, reminiscent of St Austell in Cornwall.

The road then twists and turns through the iridescent fuchsia clad hills to the brightly colored cluster of buildings of Eyeries a village renowned for its tweeness.

The film,” Falling for a dancer” was recorded here.

 The road winds further, through the mountains and the hamlets of Ardgroom and Lauragh

 

 before finishing at Kenmare.

Return to Beara Holidays Main Site

Tragalee, view from the house

For details please contact:

tracalee@eircom.net  

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