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“you can't see the end of it!”
Review of Inch Beach

Inch Beach
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Reviewed October 15, 2013

This beach is going forever - there is no sign end of it! We didn't go there,but see it from the distance, as the weather condition wasn't really "beach" one, but even from the distance it is absolutely gigantic place! Really worth to go in sunny, hot summery day - you will find your piece of sand for sure!

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Reviewed October 7, 2013

We went to Inch Beach while on route to Dingle Bay. Inch Beach is very pretty and loads of Surfers on the sea. They park their cars on the Beach so not to have to carry their surf boards down to the Atlantic sea.
The views are well worth the extra 15 minutes to Dingle, the Atlantic Sea roles into the coast making it perfect for anyone who loves to surf the waves

Thank Ann W
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Reviewed August 30, 2013

Truly outstanding beach - excellent for surfers and non surfers alike. Very clean and amazing view of the Ring of Kerry. Easy access as you can literally park on the beach. Excellent cafe and restaurant. Toilets could do with updating but otherwise perfect facilities.

Thank howman58
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Reviewed August 22, 2013

Whilst it is true that it appears many jellyfish do get washed up upon this wonderful beach, nothing should ever distract you from visiting it. It is most beautiful, soft golden sand for miles and between the hours of 6.45 & 7.30 am on a mild summer morning it is the most magical spiritual start to any day. I hope I never feel any different about it...............ever! Enjoy

Thank Dawn O
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Reviewed August 20, 2013

I recently went to Killarney for a weekend away with a group of friends and we went surfing on Inch Beach. None of us had ever surfed before and the trip to the beach was meant more for a but of fun rather than to actually learn to surf. The day we went, the weathe wasnt great, it was rainy and very windy sp there wasn't many other people on the beach. To rent a surf board and wet suit for 1 hour was €10 each which we all felt was great value. Given that it was a quiet day, we used them for 2 hours and that was fine with the owners. It was so much fun, even if none of us could really surf. I would definitely recommend Inch Beach to a friend or family member and would go again.

Thank Kate S
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