Ring of Beara Mórchuaird Bhéara

The Ring of Beara is a coastal scenic road, going around the Beara peninsula and stretching 140 kilometres in length.
In most parts, the Wild Atlantic Way covers the same route as the Ring of Beara, only the Caha mountains between Kenmare and Glengariff are left out.
The Ring of Beara is not suitable for coaches, vehicles weighing more than 2.8 tons are not allowed to drive on this road.
Those, who are searching for the true Ireland will surely love the west of the Beara peninsula, which is still a remote place with only very few tourists and unspoilt landscapes.

Directions

The Wild Atlantic Way covers the same route as the Ring of Beara, apart from the route Kenmare to Glengariff, where only the Ring of Beara passes the Caha mountains.

Literature

Accommodation

Wild Atlantic Way section

Nearby

Ring of Beara - Irland Wandbild

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