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enDo Surf Ireland

Since 2008 enDo Surf has been organizing surfing trips in Ireland. From mid September to mid October you can join the enDo

team on their beach-to-beach tour on the green island.


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The surf camp

The comfortable Irish country house is located by the sea not far away from the town of Ballina. It offers private and shared

accommodation, all rooms are heated  and have their own wash basin.

In the chimney room you can enjoy the beautiful view, look forward to the common meals, check the wave forecast on the

internet or just relax at the fireplace. The house has a wonderful garden and is framed by the impressive green hills of Ireland.

You can enjoy all that in a hammock or other hang out places in the garden.


The country house serves as base for the daily surfing expeditions to the numerous beaches in the area. As usual enDo Surf will

guide and teach you on your individual surfing level in theory and practice including video feedback. For the Ireland trip, the

number of participants has been limited to 8 max.


After a great surfing day, relax with a cup of tea or an Irish whiskey or hang out at the local pub for a couple of pints.


Daily breakfast and six warm dinners included. Self-catering or eating at a local pub on Saturdays.




Additional services :


  • Free tea and coffee
  • Kitchen accessible
  • Hot showers
  • Pool table
  • Transfer from/to Ballina
  • Arrival and departure possible every day
  • Rental cars
  • Horse riding
  • Golf
  • Deep-sea fishing                                                                                                                 
  • A small stock of surfing material and repair kits



The Surf


Starting from the base camp, the enDo Surf team explore several coastal strips on the Irish west coast, always looking for the

best waves to surf. Of course, Ireland is not the Caribbean, so be prepared to wear a 4/3 or 5/3 wetsuit – and get rewarded

with numerous empty line-ups, point breaks, slabs and beach breaks.



The Prices

The following prices include 6 days full board and breakfast on Saturdays



·        2 weeks (14 nights) in shared / private accommodation : 650 / 730 €

·        1 week (7 nights) in shared / private accommodation : 350 / 400 €

·        prolongation week in shared / private accommodation : 310 / 340 €

·        prolongation day in shared / private accommodation : 50 / 60 €

·        overnight stay in shared / private accommodation : 55 / 65 €


You should bring your own gear.




Transfer from/to the bus and train station in Ballina (return ticket)  :  40 € per person, two people and more 30 €

per person (approx. one hour).




The Region


A pub is like a home away from home to the Irish – so when you’re in Ireland, going for a pint is something that can’t be missed!

But there’s a lot more than Guinness and Kilkenny: wild nature, marshlands and moors as well as forests and even palm trees –

Ireland isn’t called “the Emerald Isle” for nothing!

Ballina is situated on the west coast on the river Moy and is a famous meeting point for salmon anglers. Almost the entire coastal

area is encompassed by cliffs. The ruins of the abbeys of Moyne and St. Murdeach’s Cathedral are the sightseeing spots of the city.


How to get there


The closest airport is Knock on the west coast. You can get a cheap flight from London with e.g. Aer Lingus (London Gatwick) and

Ryan Air (London Stansted). The flight time is about 1 hour 30 min.



Remember that with Ryan Air you have to book any sports equipment such as surf boards in advance! Click here for more information.


From Knock airport you can reach Ballina by coach in about 1 hour (40 km). The price for a return ticket is approx. 13 €.


You can also find rental cars at Knock Airport.


Alternatively, fly to Dublin and take the train or coach to the west coast. The distance amounts to approx. 300 km, so you have to

expect a journey time of 3.5 to 4 hours. You can also get a rental car at Dublin Airport, of course.


IMPORTANT: Keep an eye on your arrival and departure times! If you intend to take the bus or train from Dublin to the west coast,

your flight should not arrive later than 4:45 pm. Otherwise there will be no more coaches or trains to the west coast on the same day!

For more information check out the enDo web site.



endo Surf Ireland


Age / Languages spoken


You should be between 20 and 40 years old and speak English or German.


All information without engagement.

Effective: May 25th, 2010


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