Beaches

Kerry’s beaches offer an amazing array of different landscapes, from the very dramatic, to the peaceful and quiet.

Coumeenoole Beach, Dingle

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Banna Strand

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Derrynane Beach

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Ladies Beach - Balybunnion

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Coumeenoole Beach, Dingle

Coumeenoole Beach, Dingle

Set against a spectacular backdrop of sheer cliffs, Coumeenoole Beach attracts tourists and locals with its amazing surroundings and stunning ocean views. The small, secluded strip of golden sand gets even narrower during the high tide.

 

Distance from Killarney: 81.9Km

Banna Strand

Banna Strand

Banna Strand is also known as Banna Beach, is situated in Tralee Bay. One of Kerry’s most famous beaches, it is situated on the Wild Atlantic Way approximately 12km from Tralee. A walkers paradise with views of the mountains of the Dingle Peninsula on the southwest horizon, Kerry Head and the Maulin Mountain to the northwest its is also a popular surfing spot with surfing lessons and summer camps.

 

Distance from Killarney: 47.1Km

Derrynane Beach

Derrynane Beach

This is a very beautiful and extensive sandy beach in Derrynane Bay.  It is quite close to Derrynane Beach. The village of Caherdaniel is located two miles to the north west of the beach and is on the Ring of Kerry.

 

Distance from Killarney: 69.0Km

Ladies Beach - Balybunnion

Ladies Beach - Balybunnion

Ladies Beach has the added attraction of magnificent rock formations. For many years people have enjoyed the therapeutic and relaxing seaweed baths. The large cliffs to the right of the women’s beach have shallow caves. There is also a path which takes about 20 minutes to walk, and goes round to the “Nun’s Beach”, a beautiful beach overlooked by an old convent.

 

Distance from Killarney: 66.2Km