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Explore The Wild Atlantic Way From The Castlerosse Park Resort

- Posted on: 28/07/2022 - $itemValue.title

Did you know that the location of the Castlerosse Park Resort on the outskirts of Killarney Town is a great place to start your Wild Atlantic Way adventure?  

One of the longest defined coastal routes in the world, the Wild Atlantic Way sees travellers, thrill seekers and wanderers alike flocking to Ireland each year to discover its charming coastlines, picture perfect villages, mystical islands and of course its many scenic hotspots.  

Here’s some inspiration for your next trip within easy distance of our Resort. 


Inch Beach 

Inch Beach is a blue flag beach featuring 5 whole kilometres of unspoilt sandy coastline with glittering blue waters for as far as the eye can see. Conveniently located on the road to Dingle, approximately 39 kilometres from the Resort, the beach is the ultimate surfer’s paradise with a number of surf schools operating on site, providing wetsuit and board hire. 

Framed by Dingle Bay and the Kerry Mountains, the beach is a stunning sight to behold and is extremely popular with photographers looking to capture its magical mountainous vistas.  

The beach is also the ideal location to soak up the sun on a glorious summer’s day or as a scenic stopgap on your way to discover the town of Dingle. Whether you want to catch some waves or rays, Inch is the destination for you.  


Slea Head Drive