Tralee offers visitors a pleasing mix of history, shopping and leisure. There is always plenty to do during daylight hours, while at night the town comes alive with its many restaurants and pubs creating a vibrant atmosphere, particularly in August during the Rose of Tralee festival. Coiscéim Village is a perfect location from which to explore the town and also the county of Kerry with its many beautiful beaches, championship golf courses and places of interest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Wild Atlantic Way leads you through one of the most dramatic coastal landscapes in the world, a landscape on the edge of Europe that has shaped the development of its people, communities and settlements. It is a place of many natural features - seascapes, sea-life, cliffs, mountains, glens, loughs, trails and pathways. It is a place to experience nature at its wildest, a place to explore the history of the Gaels and their religion; a place to experience great events, great food and drink, great music and the craic.

 

The Wild Atlantic Way is very accessible from Coiscéim Village and many Discovery points are situated a short drive away. Some of these can be seen to the right.

 

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Places of Interest

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Golf & Pitch & Putt Courses

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Sport & Leisure activities

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Beaches & Watersports

Banna Strand (Watersports available)

Ballybunion

Ballyheigue

Castlegregory

Inch Beach

Tralee Bay Sailing Club & School

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