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Garnish, Beara Peninsula, West Cork,

Historical Sites

The Beara Peninsula is rich with wedge tombs, which are thousands of years old. Ring forts, martello towers, stone circles, ogham stones, including the largest in the world. Many of these sites are open to the public.

Allihies Copper Mines, Ballydonegan Beach was created by crashed stone from the cooper mines.

Allihies is home to many of the famous artists, who live in the Beara Peninsula


Dursey Island by cable-car is a walkers paradise offering spectacular views in all directions. The cliffs at the far end of the island are stunning. Up high on the hill top - Beara Way Walking Route is a martello tower built in 1804.

The views from here are breathtaking. The island is well known for its wildlife and bird watching, also for it whale and dolphin observation.


There are two beautiful sheltered sandy beaches at Garnish Harbour

Rock Fishing

shoreline has excellent rock fishing as well as some spectacular sunsets.

Boat Charter
Boats for hire for island trips and sea fishing

Canoes &  Supplies  
Bantry Bay Canoes - Irelands Biggest Canoe Shop




Dursey Sound, Garnish, Beara,

County Cork, Ireland

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