Activities in Kerry


Tralee’s many glorious beaches include Banna (12km), Fenit (13km), Barrow (11km), Derrynane (85km), Ballyheigue (17km) and Castlegregory (25km).

For those wishing to explore further afield spend some time touring the Dingle Peninsula or the Ring of Kerry.


Kerry is home to numerous golf courses. Located close by is the Arnold Palmer designed Tralee Golf Course at Barrow, Castlegregory Golf Course and the famous Ballybunion links course.

Walkers are spoilt for choice with many routes available to explore. Fishing, surfing, sailing, horse racing are just some of the sporting activities available to our visitors.


Tralee has long been Kerry’s busiest town, the shops and stores of the county capital drawing people from the districts all around. Choose from a range of long established traditional shops and international brand name stores.

Wine & Dine

When it comes to dining out and night-time entertainment, Tralee boasts numerous bars, restaurants and hotels offering a variety of cuisine from traditional Irish to Oriental.

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With its breath-taking views of Mount Brandon, Tralee Bay and Fenit Harbour, you can explore both countryside and coast by foot or by bike along the Tralee to Fenit route.

This part of the Kingdom of Kerry Greenways travels from Tralee to scenic Fenit Harbour, one of the Wild Atlantic Way’s discovery points. From Tralee, the Greenway passes The Spa, Cotters Bend and Kilfenora. From there it follows the Tralee Estuary where you can enjoy views of the Dingle Peninsula.

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