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West Coast Ireland surf spots.


Ireland believe it or not is a great destination 


Ireland has become increasingly popular as a surfing destination, due to its exposed location on the turbulent Atlantic Ocean


The island has 3,172 kilometers of coastline, and the southern and western shores are exposed for waves originating in the North Atlantic.  Although Ireland is located at a high latitude, the warm ocean currents of the North Atlantic drift ensures mild water temperatures throughout the year, with a minimum of 10 °C (50 °F) in winter and a maximum of 21 °C (70 °F) in summer.


The numerous beaches, reefs, headlands and coves along the west coast of Ireland serve as popular surf spots. Ireland has played host to international events since the 1960s, and is home to many surf shops, schools and clubs.


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West Coast Ireland Surf Spots Breaks

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