Welcome to Inch Beach
The village of Inch is on the southern shores of the Dingle Peninsula on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way in County Kerry. It is best known for its 5km Blue Flag beach which stretches across Dingle Bay, taking in the magnificent views of the Dingle Peninsula and Ring of Kerry (Iveragh Peninsula) with the backdrop of the Slieve Mish Mountains and the MacGillycuddy Reeks to the south east. It’s stunning landscape, for the most part, a Special Area of Conservation, presents a special place to bird watch, observe its flora and fauna and look out for its land and marine based wildlife.
With Kerry Airport only 30 minutes away, it is the perfect location to be based when holidaying in Kerry. You can explore the Dingle Peninsula by foot along the Dingle Way, cycle its green roads, discover the Irish Language and Local Heritage with over 2,000 archaeological sites, experience local food produce, arts and crafts, and immerse yourself in our local way of life and traditions, Festivals and Events. From Inch Beach, you can explore not only the Dingle Peninsula but Kerry’s Wild Atlantic Way, the Ring of Kerry, Killarney National Park and Lakes, the Gap of Dunloe, and so much more.
Eating & Drinking
The village of Inch greatly benefits from being surrounded by so many award-winning local suppliers on the Dingle Peninsula, and it is with pride that our local outlets use their produce where ever possible. Follow this link for some options to choose from – Places to Eat & Drink.
There are plenty of family friendly attractions and activities to choose from when visiting Inch both on land and sea, with local providers ready to help you enjoy your stay with wonderful experiences. Inch Beach is a great place to get active with something to do for all ages and where wellbeing embraces you.