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Voted Number 1 Windsurfing destination in the World - "Sunday Times"
Windsurfing is a versatile water sport as it can be done either in waves or on flat water. It is a surface water sport that combines the exciting elements of both surfing and sailing. Although it might be considered a minimalistic version of a sailboat, a windsurfer offers experiences that are outside the scope of any other sailing craft design. Windsurfers can perform jumps, inverted loops, spinning manoeuvres, and other “freestyle” moves that cannot be matched by any sailboat.
The Dingle Peninsula is an ideal country for windsurfing as it has plenty of lakes, inlets, salt marshes and safe harbours in which to practice. Ireland's climate is also complimentary to windsurfing as it is influenced by the warm waters of the Gulf Stream and is in the path of the prevailing south-westerly winds from the Atlantic Ocean. The combination of these conditions serves to make Ireland the perfect location for windsurfing.
Brandon Bay and Castlegregory are the places to head for windsurfing on the Dingle Peninsula. The area is legendary amongst windsurfers attracting some of the best sailors in the world.
Blasket Islands Eco Marine Tours
Dingle Surf Shop & School
Wild SUP Tours
Dingle Traditional Rowing / Naomhóg Experience
Dingle Dolphin Tours
Dingle Boat Tours
Dingle Sea Safari
Surfing Lessons with Jamie Knox
Blasket Island Ferries
DINGLE PENINSULA TOURISM ALLIANCE – PROMOTING THE DINGLE PENINSULA TOGETHER
Do come and stay! We are very happy to help guide you to your idyllic holiday or short break on the Dingle Peninsula. Dingle Peninsula Tourism Alliance, a marketing co-operative owned and managed by its members across the peninsula, have produced this website to provide you, our visitors with the most up to date information you need to plan and enjoy your visit.
If you cannot find the information you need, or have a question you would like answered, please feel free to contact us.
+353 (0)66 915 2448
Comhaontas Turasóireachta Chorca DhuibhneAonad 4, Páirc Gnó na Coille, Daingean Uí Chúis, Contae Chiarraí, Éire