Surf Report


Thursday 12th of March: 

Big swell, messy, strong onshore and cold today!  The swell will drop off a bit tomorrow, still staying in the overhead range, and will clean up as the wind drops off a bit and is forecast cross shore earlier in the day, swinging offshore late morning and into the afternoon. This should give powerful, clean conditions. On Saturday the swell will hang around, in the overhead range and bigger in the afternoon. The wind will swing around a little but mostly cross onshore. It will pick up in strength and get quite strong after lunch so cleaner conditions might be had earlier. Conditions for Sunday look big and messy as both the swell and onshore wind pick up.

Weatherwise Saturday looks wet, and quite windy in the afternoon. Sunday looks set to be a cold and showery day as light to moderate westerly breezes turn northwesterly and freshen. Some of the showers will be heavy with hail and a risk of isolated thunderstorms


In the Spring time, we are not at the beach every day, so best to get in touch in advance.

Email/Call/Text/Whatsapp in advance if interested in surfing.

For rentals, if unsure it is best to get in touch to check suitable conditions and times. As a rule, always best to check with us the day before or before travelling to check conditions and tide times are suitable.


Weekend Tide Times:

Saturday 14th of March:

High:  8.17 (4.9m)

Low: 14.20 (0.9m)

Sunday 15th of March:

High: 9.09 (4.4m)

Low:  15.13 (1.4m)


Here are some useful links to check surfing conditions along the coast

Magic Seaweed Lahinch Surf Forecast

Surfline Spanish Point Surf Report

Find out what the Weather is doing

Met Eireann for nearby Lisdoonvarna

YR Weather Report for Fanore