Beara Peninsula: Spectacular Views, Kind People, And Delectable Food

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13 Responses

  1. Ah, what a delightful piece of the world Ireland looks like! Is there a person on Earth who could say “NO” to the ocean gin, coupled with such delicacies!

    Orgasms at their finest!

    • NTripping says:

      Hey Svet, I was sure you’ll love this destination!

      Indeed, only a crazy person will not appreciate the loads of scrumptiousness the Beara Peninsula has to offer :)

      Cheers, N.

  2. Nace says:

    Hey N. great reading. So warm memories from Ireland for me too. I especially liked he part withh the locals and their smiles and friendliness. I’m waiting for more stories from your Ireland trip :) Cheers!

  3. Wow! This peninsula seems so astonishing and definitely worth visiting, Naddya! When’s the best time of the year to explore it?

    • NTripping says:

      Yes, Beara is a stunningly beautiful part of Ireland! You can visit any time of the year, as the weather doesn’t change much – it’s almost always rainy :) It gets a bit colder in winter but not too cold. According to multiple sources and people I’ve spoken to, May and June are probably the best months to visit not only the Beara peninsula but the rest of the country as well.

      Happy travels!

  4. angels vagamon says:

    Great Information and the way you have used images, their descriptions, I actually liked it. Thanks for sharing such a nice post,

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