has joined the Kerry Camino walking festival again for 2017, taking place in the Dingle Peninsula this May Bank Holiday Weekend. The annual Kerry Camino walking festival offers walking enthusiasts three days of stunning trails taking in some of the most beautiful landscapes of the Dingle Peninsula. Over the three days participants will walk from Tralee to Dingle. 

The festival is also an opportunity to celebrate the links between Ireland and the Camino de Santiago. The Kerry Camino finishes in St James Church in Dingle and honours the traditional connection between the area and the Camino.

Festival walkers will be provided with Kerry Camino passports that can be stamped along the way, like pilgrim passports on the Camino de Santiago; and they will receive their Kerry Camino certificate in St James Church in Dingle after completing the walk.  


THURSDAY 27th April Meet and greet at Grand Hotel Tralee 8pm

FRIDAY 28th April Walking from Tralee to Camp (18kms). Starting time 9am from st johns church. After the walk at 7pm there will be a special CaminoWays presentation about the most popular Camino de Santiago routes. 

SATURDAY 29th May Walking from Camp to Annascaul (17kms). Starting time 9am from the brandon car park with a Barbecue night in the evening. 

SUNDAY 30th May Walking from Annascaul to Dingle's St James Church (22kms). Starting time 9am from the brandon car park Kerry Camino certificates will be awarded to walkers at St James Church in Dingle.

When and Price:  

May Bank Holiday Weekend 29th April - 2nd May  
Tickets are limited and must be purchased before the event to avoid disappointment. 30 euro for daily tickets and 80 euro for a 3-day weekend tickets 10 euro for Saturday night beer and burger night tickets  


Tickets include transport back to Tralee daily, Kerry Camino pilgrim passport and pack with practical information.  

Tickets must be purchased online before the event at: 

Accommodation packages available from