Discover 56 Surf Locations in Ireland

Ireland's cold waters and powerful waves offer an exciting surf challenge. Choose your preferred location, select your activity, and book now! Or click here or scroll down to find everything you need to know about surfing at Ireland.

Everything you need to know about surfing at Ireland

Ireland may not have warm tropical waters, but it offers powerful waves and uncrowded surf spots. Beginners can start at Rossnowlagh, while experienced surfers can challenge themselves at Bundoran. Beyond the surf, Ireland's beautiful landscapes, friendly locals, and cozy pubs offer a unique travel experience.

Best time of the year:
Beginners:
June - September

Experienced:
September - May

Frequently asked questions

Beginners can start at Rossnowlagh, while experienced surfers may prefer Bundoran.

Bundoran is known for its powerful waves.

Given the cold water temperatures, a 5/4mm wetsuit with boots, gloves, and a hood is recommended for most of the year.

The best time for beginners is from June to September, while experienced surfers will find the best conditions from September to May.

Costs can vary, but expect to budget around €500-€1000 EUR ($600-$1200 USD) for a week including accommodation, lessons, and meals.