You are spoilt for choice of beaches in Kerry.
When the sun shines why not visit the nearby fishing village of Fenit which has Irelands 2nd longest pier, ideal for fishing, or take a boat ride out to the lighthouse. There is also a state of the art playground beside the sheltered blue flag beach which is ideal for swimming, building sandcastles and skimming stones. Fenit really is the best kept secret of North Kerry.
Banna Beach is consistently voted one of the best beaches in Ireland and you can see why. The golden sands stretch for miles and miles and gentle Atlantic waves lap the shore. The views of the Dingle Peninsula and Kerry Head at either end are spectacular. On a wild day it’s a great place to clear your head with a brisk walk and watch the kite surfers in action!
You could also visit Ballyheighue beach, which is an extension of Banna beach and has the added bonus of a playground and a village with shops, bars etc.
Inch Beach was voted the best Beach in Ireland in 2018. It well worth a visit. You can drive right onto the beach but beware of soft sand and the rising tide. Its great for small children as the gentle waves are fun to splash in and the older kids can rent out surfboards and give surfing a go. It is about a 40min drive from our park.
Sandy Bay, at the maherees is another great spot. This is where you can rent out paddle boards, kayaks, have a go on the water trampolines etc. There is a big sand dune at the end of the beach which is brilliant fun to climb up and run, roll or fall down.