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A Bite of Beara Food Tour

Explore the untamed beauty of the Beara Peninsula and discover the award-winning food producers along the way.

You’ll travel to their farms from an Organic Veg grower to a Rare Breed Cattle Farmer to a Mussel Farmer. You’ll learn about their trades, see what they do and learn about sustainability and the local restaurants they supply.

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Tour Info

Min 8 – Max 30
5-6 hrs
On Request
Pre Booking Essential

An immersive experience where you get to experience the REAL Ireland

Join our exclusive guided tour that takes you off the beaten path to explore the stunning Irish countryside, rugged coastlines, and beautiful winding roads. This bespoke tour can be tailored to your preferences and interests. During the tour, you will have the opportunity to meet with local producers, visit farms, and learn about rural Ireland and its small communities. You will get to know the farmers and hear their stories first-hand.

At the end of the tour, you will visit Helen’s Bar on Kilmacalogue Pier to experience the local atmosphere and breathtaking views of the coastline. Here, you will savour some fresh mussels and a Beara Belies Burger, made from the finest ingredients sourced from the producers you met on the tour. Don’t miss the chance to discover one of Ireland’s hidden gems and enjoy a delicious lunch showcasing the best of local produce at Helen’s Bar on Kilmacalogue Pier.



Need to Know

Tours run in all weather except red weather warnings

Comfortable shoes for visiting the cows!

Dress for the weather; you will need rain gear if it is raining

A Trad session can be included as an Add On to this tour

Please email Karen for Prices and to Book


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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What if I have dietary requirements?

    We can cater for dietary requirements once notified at time of booking but please bear in mind that these are Producer led tours and we taste their hyper local produce and some include gluten and dairy. 

  • If I don’t drink alcohol; can I book your tour?

    There may be a wine or beer stop on some of the Tours but the Tours are as much about the stories as the tasting. Where possible a non-alcoholic substitute will be offered except when visiting our Sommelier. 

  • Is the tour suitable for children?

    While the tour is not suitable for children we do sometimes accommodate them but children need to be properly supervised and seated at all times during the tour for the comfort of both our Producers and other guests on the Tour.

  • Where is the meeting point?

    This varies from Tour to Tour and will be different on Private and Public Tours. When you book your particular Tour this will be confirmed on your booking.

  • Where does the tour end?

    This varies from Tour to Tour and will be different on Private and Public Tours.


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