Tag Archives: Eyeries

Snow! Beara Wearing some Wintry Frosting

While the rest of Ireland has been digging themselves out for a week or more, the Beara peninsula has remained a little pocket of green. We happily enjoyed our bright skies and clear roads, until this morning that is.We woke … 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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Home to the Beara Peninsula!

After a long few weeks we are finally home! Hurray! As one person so succinctly put it, “You’ve been to hell and brought back a piece of heaven.” Little Éadaoin is now a little over eight weeks old and a … Continue reading

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Eyeries, County Cork, Ireland ( Na hAoraí )

What can I say about Eyeries? It is such a breath of fresh air and sunshine to visit, a beautiful, colourful town away from the hustle and bustle of city life. It overlooks Coulagh Bay and the mouth of the … 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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Ballycrovane Ogham Stone

The Ballycrovane Ogham Stone (Béal A’Chorraigh Bháin) was a lovely sight through the mist. Situated facing the small harbour close to the town of Ballycrovane, it stands an impressive 17 feet (approx. 5.2 metres) The Ogham writing is very worn … Continue reading

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