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Join us at the Kerry Camino Walking Festival 2016

st-james-church-dingle-kerry-camino-irelandwaysJoin the / team at this year’s Kerry Camino Walking Festival, taking place in the Dingle Peninsula during the May Bank Holiday weekend, from Friday 29th April to Monday 2nd May.

Get your tickets now to enjoy three days of wonderful walking trails and superb company with fellow walkers, trekking from Tralee to Dingle. The Kerry Camino finishes in St James Church in Dingle, where festival goers will receive their Kerry Camino pilgrim certificate. The festival is also a celebration of the traditional connections between Ireland and the Camino de Santiago, in Northern Spain.

“The Kerry Camino finishes in St James Church in Dingle and honours the traditional connection between the area and the Camino. Dingle was one of the main harbours used by Irish pilgrims setting sail to Northern Spain on their way to Santiago,” explains Ingrid Boyle from the Kerry Camino.

“We are delighted to be part of the Kerry Camino walking festival and celebrating the Camino in one of the most stunning regions of Ireland this year,” adds Roland Monsegu, director and founder of and “The three day walking festival is a perfect training weekend for those heading to Santiago soon and we’d like to encourage walkers and Camino fans to register for this fantastic event.”

Make sure you get your Kerry Camino Walking Festival tickets in advance, as spaces are limited, here:

Ticket price includes transport back to Tralee daily, Kerry Camino pilgrim passport and pack with practical information.

Price does not include water, snacks, accommodation; barbecue tickets are sold separately. If you need accommodation for the weekend, please contact the team at

For more information about the Kerry Camino Walking Festival or to book your accommodation in Tralee, contact our travel specialists


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