Inch Beach

Inch is one of Ireland's most famous beaches. It is a peninsula, three kilometres in length, with rolling sand dunes and a wide stretch of beach at low tide.

As it is west facing, it provides stunning sunsets in the summer months. It is possible to drive on the beach but caution is urged as cars can get caught in soft and wet sand particularly on the South end of the beach. The car park can accommodate about  twenty cars or two large trucks. If more space is needed for large vehicles, it is possible to park at the North end of the beach at low tide. Public toilets are located near a larger car park which is open during the peak summer season. There is also a shop/cafe/pub located at the entrance to the beach. 


Inch Beach
Co. Kerry

  • Latitude: 52.141213
  • Latitude: -9.982276


  • Accommodation at location
  • Location within walking distance of restaurants/take away
  • Location within walking distance of shop
  • Parking available at location
  • Toilets at location

Contact Details

Kate Kennelly (Kerry Arts Officer)
Kerry Film Development Officer

t: +353 (0)66 7183541

County Buildings, Rathass,
Tralee, Co. Kerry

Inch Beach

Inch Beach

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