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.
The Copper Mine Museum tells the story of Copper Mining from the Bronze Age up to the 1960’s.In the Museum the geology, history and geography of this unique area is demonstrated through artifacts, models, multimedia and a small library.
This unique exotic garden in one of the most attractive in Ireland. Situated in the mild climate of Glengarriff, it contains thirty different species of bamboo surrounded by palms and other tropical plants, all amidst romantic paths and breathtaking views.
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.
The Blue Pool Ferry operates from the Blue Pool, within the Blue Pool Amenity Area which is in the centre of Glengarriff Village, next to Quills Woolen Market and across the road from the GlenAran Irish Market and the Park Hotel.
Set on a peninsula at the head of Kilmakillogue harbour and surrounded by the Caha mountains Derreen Gardens offers sub tropical plants from around the world and incomparable views of the sea and mountains.
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.
As its name suggests, the Glengarriff Tourism and Development Association (GTDA) provides a forum for local tourism interests to meet and discuss matters relating to the betterment of Glengarriff as a tourist destination.