Banna Beach is a beautiful Blue Flag Beach located between Ardfert and Ballyheigue in North Kerry. It is about 10km from Tralee. This sandy beach stretches for miles from Barrow to Ballyheigue and is a favourite destination of holidaymakers during the Summer and by surfers, wind surfers, walkers and horse riders throughout the year.
This is the beach where Sir Roger Casement attempted to land arms for the 1916 Rebellion.
What’s in Banna Beach
It has an ample tarmac car park and the surrounding area is dotted with caravan parks, camping areas, chalets and some B&Bs.
Banna Beach Holiday Homes are self catering chalets with numerous facilities including an indoor swimming pool, kids play areas and activities.
There are wide open spaces and sand dunes and there are usually surfboards, kayaks and other sea sport equipment for hire during the summer.
Fast food, drinks and ice cream are on sale during the summer months.
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