|Ireland, the best place in Europe if you are looking for some serious big wave surfing, but expect some cold rainy weather, the attitude of the local people and the social life in the pubs makes up a lot.
Climate in Ireland : Ireland has a temperate climate which is influenced by the North Atlantic Drift and characterized by mild, moist and changeable conditions. Rainfall is heaviest in the west where it can exceed 3,000 mm (120 inches) per annum while 60% of the country has an average annual precipitation between 762 mm and 1,270 mm (30 and 50 inches). Extremes in temperatures are uncommon, although the weather can be changeable as a result of temperate depressions. Average temperature ranges are from 4 to 7 degrees Celsius (39 to 45 degrees Fahrenheit) in January or February to 14 to 16 degrees Celsius (57 to 61 degrees Fahrenheit) in July or August. Coastline: 1,448 km
Surfing in IrelandRegions: 6
Total Ireland Surf spots: 47
Total Ireland Surf pictures: 46
For surf spot info, use the map of the Surf spots in Ireland above, if you have any questions related to surfing in Ireland use the Ireland surfing forum below to ask your questions.