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The rugged Beara Peninsula is shared between counties Cork and Kerry. It is completely encircled by the Beara Way, which offers a combination of mountain and coastal scenery. The route uses minor roads, tracks and paths, passing a number of small towns and delightful villages, with history and heritage often to the fore.
The Beara Way features a number of spur routes, as well as optional circuits of Bere Island and Dursey Island. If only the main circuit was covered, the Beara Way could be walked in just over 60 miles.

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Additional Photos by Alessandro Tura (Fellini) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 498 W: 90 N: 974] (6407)
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