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  • Healy pass

    The Healy pass is a winding road between Adrigole in Co. Cork and Lauragh in Co.Kerry cutting through the high Caha Moutains. The Healy Pass rises 334 meters above sea level and passes between two of the highest peaks of the Caha range.
     

  • Gougane Barra

    It is here in Gougane Barra that St.Finbarr, patron saint of Cork, founded his monastery.
    Ireland's first National Park with its nature trails and picnic sites was opened in Gougane Barra. An ideal place to relax and unwind.
     

  • Bantry

    Bantry in the heart of west cork, is a region of lush vegetation, palm trees and semi-tropical flowers. Hemmed in by mountain ridges, the sea and cascading mountain streams, it's a place of unparallel beauty where the landscape changes with every mood of the wind and sky. Touring routes are numerous and include the scenery from the coastal roads around each peninsulas, spectacular winding roads through the mountains and unrivalled vistas of mountains lakes, rivers, woodlands, prehistoric monuments, ancients castles and Christian settlements, forts and lovely gardens.
     

  • Bantry house & Gardens

    Bantry house was the first Irish stately home to open its doors to the public in 1945. Today the house is still opened to the public and owned by Shelswell-white. The landscaped gardens and the flower beds are a must for anyone to see and hear the birds sing and the honey bees. Relax in the cafe and take in the panoramic views of Bantry bay and miles of country side. Also on the grounds of the house is 1796 French Armada Exhibition Centre tells a story of the ill-fated French invasion to Ireland in 1796.
     

  • Glengarriff

    The village of Glengarriff, nestling at the foot of the Caha mountains is a botanist's paradise due to the effect of the Gulf stream. The forest park on the N71 road to Kenmare is well worth a visit. Situated in the sheltered harbour of Glengarriff in Bantry Bay, Garnish Island is a small island of 15 hectares (37 acres) known to horticulturists and lovers of trees and shrubs around the world as an Island of rare beauty. The gardens can be reached by boat from Glengarriff.

  • The Ring of Beara

    The Beara peninsula is the most westerly part of county cork, bordered by the waters of Bantry bay, Kenmare Bay and Atlantic ocean and is the largest peninsula in County Cork. Beara is dominated by the Caha mountains which runs down the middle of the peninsula from end to end with its rocky mountains, glacial lakes and rugged coastline. The ring of Beara is an area of great scenic beauty. Dursey Island leis off the western extremity or the Beara peninsula and is connected to the mainland by a cable car the only one in Ireland. The principal towns and villages on the ring of Beara are Glengarriff, Adgrigole, Castletownbere, Allihies, Eyeries, Lauragh and Kenmare.

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