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We were on our way to Glencardiff after driving through some of Killarney NP. This is a beautiful drive in a less traveled area - gorgeous vistas of the countryside. The roads can be narrow, some nice stone tunnels to pass through, etc. I would...More
Having done Slea and then some of Kerry, this ring just underwhelmed. It could have been due to the time of the year, but everything just looked sad! The other drives we did were incredible so that also could've tainted our feelings. I'd either skip...More
We had stopped at Molly Gallivans for a photo and the lovely gentleman who owns it came out for a chat. Asking where we were headed, he convinced us to change our plans and take a run around the Ring of Beara. We had done...More
We agree that the Ring of Beara on the Beara Peninsula is beautiful, with rocky mountains, lots of green, animals, water, valleys, a few communities, including one with colorful buildings. We ended up driving basically the whole ring, but did not end up having time...More
The Ring of Beara is the smaller and much prettier cousin of the Ring of Kerry. Fewer coaches, fewer camper vans and people who are really here to enjoy the wonderful scenery rather than just follow a popular tourist route. Kenmare is the most amazing...More