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Surfing Clubs

Portrush - Home to the major population of Irish body-boarders. The best swell is one from the north, and since the Irish prevailing wind is southerly, you should be guaranteed plenty of waves.

 

Bundoran – Good waves, good night life and plenty of sound locals to share a drink. Home to 'the Peak', Bundoran has everything and offers a wide variety of activities to do. A great family location.

 

Strandhill - A great beach break with plenty of waves and decent crowds. Sligo town is near by which offers night life and plenty of restaurants and pubs.

 

Easkey -  A rural town in the middle of County Sligo, it offers a great place to view surfing. Not the best place to learn but very good surfing waves here.  

 

Lahinch - Lahinch provides a wide variety of waves and conditions for all surfers. Crowds are the main issue here as Sunday in Lahinch is packed. A quality night life and restaurants also available in famous County Clare town.

 

Ballybunnion - Is the home of surfing in County Kerry. A very beautiful beach, there are some good waves to be had in this region.

 

Brandon Bay - Plenty of big waves to be found around this section of the coast line. It’s a very beautiful part of Ireland with Dingle not far away.

 

Castle Freak - Home to the best waves on the south coast, crowds aren't a problem here at the Cork surfspot.

 

T-Bay - Tramore boasts the largest surf club in Ireland. Not the biggest waves but a nice town and enjoyable family fun on the South coast.

 

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