Ireland is one of the most popular surf destinations in Europe. Any surfer worth their salt should surf here at least once in their lifetime. Awesome surf spots include Aileen’s Wave, Rossnowlagh, Easkey, Ballybunion, and Strandhill. In your free time, we recommend you discover the country’s fantastic landscapes and learn something about its culture and history, as Ireland is truly a fascinating destination. Go ahead, book yourself a spot on an Ireland surf camp and have the adventure of a lifetime!
Let’s admit it, Europe isn’t the first place that pops into mind when we think about great surfing destinations. Hawaii, Australia, Bali – that’s where the magic happens, right?
Walking barefoot on a sandy beach, basking in the sun, jumping into the soothing warm water for a long surfing session, that sure is comforting. But where’s the challenge? Spending up to an hour struggling to get into that tight wetsuit, bone-chilling water splashing your face, getting rained and snowed on, that sounds like much more fun!
Hawaii is the most isolated landmass on the planet, a chain of volcanic islands exposed to all swell and wind directions. For surfers, this means one thing: year-round waves for all skill levels.