Ireland...

Would you surf this beautiful Ireland wave? Photo: Brent Bielmann and Surfing Magazine

The fierce coastline of Ireland’s County Donegal.

The fierce coastline of Ireland’s County Donegal.

Surfing in Donegal - Bundoran honored by being included in National Geographics "bucket list"

Discover Bundoran - Tourist Information from Ireland's Capital of Fun!

Where to surf in Ireland? We've got your guide to the best breaks on the blog: http://blog.roxy.com/2014/08/surf-stay-play-dingle-ireland/

The Dingle Peninsula—lush, green & rugged. Taking a break from the warm waters and sandy beaches we often visit, we fell…

Grant Ellis | Tom Lowe, Ireland.. I wanna surf in Ireland!

Grant Ellis

Surfing - Ireland

Where Irish eyes are surfing

Ireland's fickle weather can change without warning. But when ferocious winds meet of crenulated coastline, adventurers can tackle waves up to high.

Surfing Ireland HD image by Bastien Bonnarme

Surfing Ireland HD image by Bastien Bonnarme

Looking for something special to do on your trip to the Emerald Isle? Here are 50 unique things to do in Ireland to add to your Irish Bucket List!

Looking for something special to do on your trip to the Emerald Isle? Here 50 unique things to do in Ireland to add to your Irish Bucket List!

Strandhill Surf Ireland

Strandhill Surf Ireland

County Donegal

Donegal is making waves. Not least in the offices of National Geographic Magazine, which recently rated Bundoran amongst the world’s 20 best surf towns.

What makes the Wild Atlantic Way so wonderful? That would be the way nature has molded this magnificent landscape into a collection of untamed wonders. Like the Bridges of Ross, which lie on the western side of a natural harbor in County Clare. Once a trio of naturally formed arches, two have since fallen into the wild waves below…

County Clare

What makes the Wild Atlantic Way so wonderful? That would be the way nature has molded this magnificent landscape into a collection of untamed wonders. Like the Bridges of Ross, which lie on the western side of a natural harbor in County Clare. Once a trio of naturally formed arches, two have since fallen into the wild waves below…

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