From water sports, hiking and golf, to historic sites, art galleries, sculpture gardens and more, Beara has something for both young and old alike. Why not take a scenic drive along the Wild Atlantic Way or explore one of Beara's beautiful rustic towns.
This award winning craft shop and art gallery exhibits jewellery, distinctive Irish knitwear, pottery, glass, leather and hand-turned woods. There are also original art and limited edition prints available.
Anam Cara Writer's and Artist's Retreat provides sanctuary and support for people working to enhance their creative gifts, either as individuals working on their own projects or as part of a workshop retreat. Year-round and all inclusive, Anam Cara offers private as well as common working areas.
Whether walking, cycling or driving call in to The Beara Gallery and be assured of a warm welcome.
Enjoy our unique terrace setting and capture the splendour of the Beara Peninsula with gallery artist Nigel Overton.
Driftwood Craft Shop is located between Glengarriff & Castletownbere on the R572 below the famous Hungry Hill and Mountains of Beara. Why not take a trip to this beautiful part of the country and call in for a browse.
Mill Cove Galleries on the Beara Peninsula and Kenmare in their 17th year are the longest established galleries in West Cork and Kerry. Mill Cove represents the best of emerging and established contemporary Irish artists, specializing in Ceramics.
Over 200 years old, Molly Gallivan’s Cottage and Traditional farm invites you to take a step back in time to experience the simple country lifestyle in rural Ireland before the days of electricity and modern conveniences.
A visit to Sarah’s gallery on the waterfront at the far west end of The Pier, Castletownbere is a must see/do, Sarah’s gallery is housed in the old stone carriage house located at the end of Castletownbere on the harbour.