The Beara Peninsula is claimed by both counties Kerry and Cork, and it’s the third ‘ring’ of Kerry, after the Dingle and Iveragh Peninsula. Like the other ‘rings’, the 140-km route winds around the coast with dramatic vistas at every corner. From Killarney, you can head through Ladies View to the pretty town of Kenmare, through Glengarrif Nature Reserve, around the peninsula and on to Bantry Bay with its quaint working fishing villages. On the way, you’ll see the incredible Healy Pass, which cuts through the peninsula, masses of stone circles, magnificent views of the ocean and mountains, a famous cable car that goes out to one of the tiny islands,

Read more about the Beara Peninsula on the Beara Tourism site.

The Kerry Way