Join us at the Kerry Camino Festival 2018

Camino fans and walking enthusiasts should pack their shoes and register for the fun packed Kerry Camino Festival 2018. Join the CaminoWays.com team as we support the Kerry Camino team in Tralee hosting this wonderful three-day walking festival.

This unique walking festival takes place over the May bank holiday weekend each year. Starting in the charming town of Tralee this route follows the footsteps of Saint Brendan, the Navigator. This trail has been walked by monks and pilgrims on their way to Dingle. 

The Kerry Camino is run by an group of enthusiastic locals, keen to recover the history of the trail and celebrate the close links between the region and the Camino de Santiago in Spain. Walkers can collect stamps along the way on the Kerry Camino log book and record their progress. Once you finish the walk you will receive your certificate of completion at St. James’s Church in Dingle.

In 2018 the Kerry Camino Festival takes place from Thursday 3rd May to Sunday 6th May and everybody is welcome! If you haven’t visited this part of Ireland before, this is your chance!

KERRY CAMINO FESTIVAL SCHEDULE 2018

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Thursday 3rd May

Registration, meet and greet at the Grand Hotel Tralee from 6 – 9pm, including a Camino information evening with CaminoWays.com experts from 7pm.

Friday 4th May – Day 1 Walking

Walk from St Johns Church Tralee, via Blennerville, finishing at The Railway Tavern in Camp for light refreshments.

Saturday 5th May – Day 2 Walking

Walk from Camp. via Inch Beach, and finish in Annascaul. Barbecue at Hanafin’s pub (optional).

Sunday 6th May – Day 3 Walking

Walk from Annascaul to Dingle at St James Church and receive your certificate of completion.

For more information about the Kerry Camino Festival 2018, the Kerry Camino trail, or any of the Camino de Santiago routes please contact one of our Travel Specialists.

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Comments

  1. by Maria

    Hi Josephine, thank you for getting in touch. It is 19km from Tralee to Camp, 17km from Camp to Annascaul and 22km from Annascaul to Dingle. You can find more details on the route, map, etc… here: https://irelandways.com/ways/kerry-camino/kerry-camino

  2. by Josephine

    What are the distances walked each day?

  3. by Maria

    Hi Caitriona, thank you for pointing that out. We’ll check with the organisers and update as soon as possible. Kind regards.

  4. by Caitriona gleeson

    Re Kerry Camino may 2018
    Is it correct that booking closes 16 january

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