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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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Ireland has become increasingly popular as the well kept secrets of its exposed atlantic seaboard have become known to a wider audience. Expect wild conditions and a warm reception - if you arrive looking for soul surfing
Location: Western Europe, occupying five-sixths of the island of Ireland in the North Atlantic Ocean, west of Great Britain
Geographic coordinates: 53 00 N, 8 00 W
Coastline: 1,448 km
Climate: temperate maritime; modified by North Atlantic Current; mild winters, cool summers; consistently humid; overcast about half the time
Terrain: mostly level to rolling interior plain surrounded by rugged hills and low mountains; sea cliffs on west coast
Currency: euro (EUR)

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Zones (5) Surf Spots Sub zones
North West 25 0
South West 32 0
West 23 0
North East and East Coasts 17 0
South East 5 0

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Doonbeg castle
By Kipper
Jun 19, 2015
- Doonbeg castle

By surferjb
Jan 6, 2013
Impromt Surf - Was stayin in Ballina about 15km from Enniscrone so decided to go check it out.. managed to get a good few waves.. nothing massive but some nice clean left handers up neat the harbour. Was good to surf somewhere new. wouldn't mind headin back aga

East Strand
By surferjb
Oct 28, 2012
Pumpin Surf - Managed to get a class wee surf sesh at East Strand, Got in about 11.30 am for about an hour and 45 mins. and managed to get some nice lefts and rights.. threw out a couple of bottom/top turns and a bit of a cut back.. lovin it.. then went for lunc

East Strand
By surferjb
Oct 23, 2012
Coachin! - Took the day off for my B'Day and tried to get a birthday surf.. it wasn't happenin, So didn't actually get surfin myself but have just fnished the 1st part of my surf instructors course and called round to visit the guys at Troggs Surf

West Strand
By surferjb
Sep 9, 2011
After work surf - Headed straight from work to the coast for a short session and managed to get some decent waves.. started off on my Quad but wasn't catchin much so changed to Mini-Mal and managed to cut up the waves a fair bit and even got into a "very&qu

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Trip: Surf society, Carlow IT
By Cliff
From Oct 17, 2009 to Oct 18, 2009
First surf trip with the Surf Society from the IT Carlow.The Peak, Bundoran 


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By Larry , 21-07-2010

Surfing in Lahinch - We're going surfing in Lahinch this Saturday (24th July). Can't wait. I haven't been surfing in about a year. We're going to do a lesson with the Lahinch Surf School. If anyone wants to join us I still have a few spaces with our social club

By nasser , 08-03-2010

morocco :surf & kite,sccol,tripe,pro clinic,accomodation - explora morocco
offer you a greath stay withe surf camp and pro clinic in the land of right handed ,we offer accomodation,surf, kitesurf lessons,trips...if ther s no waves we go kiting or quad biking,horse riding excurcion on the dunes...
don t forget your camera shuus

By podgethedog , 10-06-2009

- For surfing, go to ireland in sept. best chance of good waves with warm water (16c).

Depending on where you normally surf a 4 3 should be fine in sept, maybe a little warm. But not enough for winter, unless you are a hardy type.

as for spots, it depends on your level. travel from Cork all the way to Donegal and you will get waves for every ability.

It is a lot busier place now. but if you are cool in your approach and open to the culture, you will have a great time.


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