Lahinch, Co. Clare
Consistent waves and an idyllic location make Lahinch one of the best surf spots in the country.
Plenty of strong reef breaks for the more advanced surfer.
Easkey, Co. Sligo
Featured in surfing magazines the world over, this little beach is perfect for a surf whatever time of the year it is.
Once you’re dried off you can take a stroll through the picturesque Easkey Village.
Inch, Co. Kerry
This beach is popular with Irish filmmakers with the likes of Ryan’s Daughter and Far and Away being shot there.
Perfect for surfers of all levels, there are lifeguards on duty throughout the summer but they leave in winter so beginners should take note.
Tramore, Co. Waterford
A jewel in the south coast’s crown, Tramore plays host to surfers of all levels pretty much all year round.
Be sure to check nearby Dunmore East for stunning views of the county.
Bundoran, Co. Donegal
One of Ireland’s more famous surfing spots, Bundoran is host to a number of cosy pubs for you to quench your thirst afterwards.
Mullaghmore, Co. Sligo
Waves here are said to reach up to 15 metres, some of the biggest around the Irish coast.
Whiterocks, Co. Antrim
Stunning views of the northern coast can be seen while riding the waves up in Portrush.