The Beara-Breifne Way follows the fourteen-day march taken by Donal O’ Sullivan Beara and one thousand supporters in 1603. The Way, the longest in Ireland, runs almost the length of the country and takes the walker and cyclist to some of its most beautiful and least explored areas, along the coast of the Beara Peninsula, across six mountain ranges, along the banks of the River Shannon and through the lake regions of the Roscommon and Leitrim. The landscape consists of an extraordinary variety of heritage sites – many of which bear witness to the march of four hundred years ago. The Beara- Breifne Way interlinks a series of local ways.
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