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 is truly a club with a view! Glengarriff’s nine holes are in one of the loveliest settings in Ireland. The Clubhouse was opened in 1989 by the Club’s Honorary President, Dr Maureen O’Hara-Blair, the famous film star. Visitors are always welcome, and generally may play all day.
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.
Oak woods, lakes, rivers and grassland.
Glengarriff Woods Nature Reserve extending to over 300ha of woodland, lakes, rivers and grassland, is located at the eastern end of the glacially deepened valley of Glengarriff in the Old Red Sandstone rock formation of South West Cork.
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.
Seafari was founded in 1993 by Raymond Ross, marine biologist, ocean sailor, photographer, pantominest, singer/entertainer/comedian, nature lover/tree hugger, lover of all things marine and proud to be an Irishman! A family run business staffed by musically talented and friendly crew.