Surf Report


Friday 6th of December Well up to now we had been enjoying some great Winter surfing conditions. Lots of offshores and settled weather. Unfortunately we’re now in a pattern of strong onshore winds and lots of big swell. For the next few days the surf will be pretty big and messy. Sunday in particular will be very big and stormy. A day to take extra caution anywhere along the coast. On Saturday the wind won’t be as strong earlier in the day so that would be the only window for a wave over the weekend. Tides are high in the middle of the day so care would need to be take as there are a lot of exposed rocks on the beach at the moment. Because of the forecast and awkward tide times, we won’t be open this weekend. Have a great weekend!

If you are coming down for rental or lessons, please get in touch in advance. Have a great weekend!.

In the Autumn and Winter, 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 7th of December:

High:  13.51 (4.2m)

Low: 7.40 (1.9m)

Sunday 8th of December:

High: 14.37 (4.2m)

Low: 8.24 (1.7m)


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