The Kerry Camino is a Tralee initiative to promote walking in the area, specifically the walk known also as The Dingle Way between Tralee and Dingle.
On the Kerry camino a walker uses a Passport and stamping stations on the route to mark their progress. We run various events during the year on the route. This leaflet gives more information: Kerry Camino information leaflet
Annual Guided 3 day walk
We are running our annual guided walk of the Camino on the May bank holiday starting on the Friday 3th of May with a registration on the evening before the 2rd. This a supported walk so we have support cars if needed and guides with the walkers to lend a hand. This walk has been sold out in previous years so book early to avoid disappointment!
Welcome to the Kerry Camino. We invite you to “walk in the footsteps of St. Brendan, the Navigator”, as a walker or pilgrim, on this journey of contemplation and fun. During the years 512-530 AD St Brendan set out from Kerry to spread the Word of God along the coast of Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Brittany. Some believe that St. Brendan was the first European to reach America.