Category Archives: Ardgroom

Cuas Pier Caves, Near Ardgroom, County Cork, Ireland

  One of the things that visitors to Ireland often comment about is how difficult it can be to find sacred sites, archaeological points of interest, or even special places in the local landscape. Many people remark on how surprised … Continue reading

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Ardgroom Stone Circle, County Cork, Ireland

There is something so exciting and mysterious about visiting a stone circle. Thankfully we live in an area were there is an abundance of these curious sites, as well as wedge tombs, ring forts, boulder burials and fulachta fiadhs. Romantic … Continue reading

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Happy Easter to All!

  Hope this beautiful weekend finds you all happy and healthy. It’s been a busy couple of months as I am re-vamping my blogs and website. The Ring of Beara Blog will continue on a less sporadic schedule; I’ll be traveling … Continue reading

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Glenbeg Lake, County Cork, Ireland

Near the village of Ardgroom, County Cork, Ireland there is a distinct hill, smaller than the rest, in the forefront of the others. Hidden behind it is a real gem, the magnificently deep Glenbeg Lake. We followed the road around … Continue reading

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