The Beara Way self-guided walking trail is 196 km / 122.5 miles that are shared between counties Cork and Kerry on the most south-westerly tip of Ireland. The Beara Peninsula is part of the Wild Atlantic Way. The Beara Way walking trail takes you along small country roads, passing numerous monuments and sights of great archaeological interest and through many small towns and villages and through some of the most scenic views that Ireland has to offer.
Warmed by the Gulf Stream, the climate is pleasant throughout the year supporting a unique combination of highly colourful flora and fauna. As part of your 8-day walking holiday, you will also visit the enchanted Beara Island.CONTACT US