Happy St Parick’s Day!
Take the road less travelled and explore Ireland’s hidden gem, the beautiful Beara Peninsula along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, with Kerry Wild & Wonderful.
Its remoteness and staggeringly beautiful landscape is unique on the entire Wild Atlantic Way.
The majority of visitors to our Southern Peninsulas head to West Cork, circle the famous Ring of Kerry or photograph Fungi the dolphin in Dingle but they miss out on the best bit, the beautiful wild rugged untamed Beara Peninsula.
Beara is fortunate to have missed out on the coach-load kind of tourism synonymous with the other Peninsulas, which opens up endless opportunities for off-the-beaten-path experiences for our discerning guests.
Beara is out there, it’s different.
With the Caha and Slieve Miskish mountains along its backbone and the twisting endless indented coastline with deserted coves and beaches… its very own cable car to take you to a deserted island its only inhabitants being the sheep, you will feel a sense of peace, tranquillity and wonder.
What is Beara? …it’s a culture all to itself… A life shaped by the Wild Atlantic which attracts the culturally curious and great escapers who want to feel part of the natural environment, have authentic experiences, a connection with its people, its food markets, its history and one’s self.
TRAVEL WITH US ON A JOURNEY OF INSPIRATION AND REFLECTION – SHAPED BY THE FORCES OF THE ATLANTIC.