Inch - things to do

Situated half way between Killarney and Dingle, Greenes Café Bar Bistro is at the  heart of Kerry's scenery and activity. 


Above is the view from our deck area in front of Greens Café Bistro at Inch Strand. You could stroll for hours if you wish and ramble the beach. We host many music and culinary events. Keep an eye on our "News" page so you don't miss out.

Annascaul ValleyInch lies in the Southern foothills of the Slieve Mish Mountains. This range forms the backbone of the Dingle Peninsula and rises to peaks of over 2,000 ft. Mountains and beaches are an exciting combination offering amazing possibilities for recreation. Walking in the area ranges from sea level to the mountains around Annascaul lakeland and river.


Apart from providing us with a beautiful strand the Inch sandspit and coastline is an area of geological, biological and ecological significance hosting an extensive range of wildlife.

Inch strand is an acknowledged international shore angling venue but don't forget the lakes and rivers around Inch provide excellent freshwater fishing also.

For the energetic, there are 2 Surf Schools operating on the Beach providing rentals and lessons. See and

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