The Southwestern Peninsulas

Ireland’s five southwestern peninsulas are (clockwise, from South to North):

the Mizen Peninsula,

the Sheep’s Head Peninsula,

the Beara Peninsula, providing access to Bere Island and Dursey Island;

the Iveragh Peninsula, providing access to the Skelligs and Valentia Island; and

the Dingle Peninsula, providing access to the Blasket Islands.

                                                                                                                                                Cycling on the Sheep’s Head Peninsula (Photo – http://cycleseven.org)

 

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