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Ring of Beara, Kenmare

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  • While everyone should experience the Ring of Kerry, the nearby Ring of Beara is just as beautiful and much less crowded. There are many charming villages to stop and get food and tea: from Eyeries out...  more »
  • Hilly and windy roads with gorgeous scenery and with rocks and wire on the sides. It was quite foggy at times so we were not able to see as much as we would have had on a sunny day (if there is a sunn...  more »
  • We started in Glengarriff and stopped at some gorgeous spots. We kept going to Lauragh and then cut into the Healy Pass. There were so many fantastic viewpoints. So glad we did the Healy Pass. We also...  more »
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  • It's not the Ring of Kerry, but it would be a Shane to skip this on your journey. It's less touristy and offers great site lines. I was very happy we took this route between Killarney and Cork.
  • Amazingly stunning views.
  • What's not to like beautiful west cork
  • A very small Office of tourism but very knowledgeable
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  • Beautiful landscapes and a few tourists. The roads are quite narrow, but as no buses fit through
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