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Banna Beach



Banna Strand KerryBanna Beach also known as Banna Strand, is an Atlantic Ocean beach extending from Ballyheigue Beach in the North to Barrow Beach at its Southern edge. It features sand dunes along its entire length, which rise to 40 feet. The mountains of Dingle Peninsula can be seen on the horizon when looking out to sea. Banna Beach is a blue flag beach meeting a range of EU environmental and safety criteria, perfect for your enjoyment!

Historically, Banna Beach is associated with Roger Casement who was captured here on April 21st, 1916, while attempting to land arms for Irish Republicans from the German vessel the Aud.




Astro Turf Pitches

Astro Turf Pitches:


New Floodlit All Weather pitches are available for hire on an hourly basis at Banna Beach. These pitches are flexible offering the facility of two five a side pitches or one full eight a side pitch. For children this can be seven a side and eleven a side.




Peak Rate: Mon-Fri (5pm-8pm) :     Full Pitch €60   Half Pitch €35

Off Peak: 11am-5pm & Weekends : Full Pitch €40   Half Pitch €25


Surfing Lessons:


What better place to learn to surf than on one of the most beautifull beaches in Kerry? Banna has a variety of breaks to cater for novice, intermediate and advanced.

Whether its your first time setting foot in the ocean or if your a surf fanatic looking to ride the big one,

you can be sure you will be taught by both a professional surf coach and a competent surfer.

We operate full time from May to October. Summer is our busy time so please book ahead as early as possible to avoid dissapointment... You can also hire a range of surfboards, wetsuits and SUP's at Banna.





Per Person: €