Surfing In Ballyconneely
Try surfing and learn how to ride your first waves in the ideal setting along the Wild Atlantic Way. Ballyconneely is the peninsula, jutting into the Atlantic between Clifden, Co Galway to the north and Roundstone to the south, it contains some of the most tranquil, unspoilt and interesting beaches and countryside to be found anywhere in the country. Our top class surf coaches will teach you everything you need to know to get you up, surfing and looking like a pro within a matter of a few hours. We have very small numbers in our groups (between 6-8) meaning you get the most out of your time. What do I need to bring? All the equipment is provided and all you need is a towel and swimming togs What time are the sessions? Session times change everyday as they are dependent on the tide, the activity is 2.5hrs long, please contact us for more information. Where possible we will be running three sessions a day. How do I get there? Ballyconneely is located just 10 mins outside Clifden on the road to Roundstone. The beach we use in Ballyconneely is in a remote location, therefore we will meet you in the car park across the road from Keoughs pub in the village of Ballyconneely and from here you can follow us to the beach. How much does it cost? 1-5 pax it’s €47 for an adult and €37 for a child 6-9 pax it’s €45 for an adult and €35 for a child 10+ pax it’s €40 for an adult and €30 for a child If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is optional.
- You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
- 1 guest
- Boards & Paddles
- Surf Charter
Clare originated from then where she was first introduced to the outdoors at the age of 13, racing dinghies with her Dad in her home town. After finishing school she decided to head off to the French Alps for the summer and this is where she developed a real sense for adventure. Upon returning home she went on to study Bicton College in Devon, South West England where she completed her training in Outdoor Education Since then she has worked all over the world leading walking expeditions in Africa, sea kayaking tours in Australia, climbing expeditions in Spain and river trips in France. She arrived in Ireland in 2003 and has worked for numerous outdoor adventure companies within Connemara. After falling in love with the area, its people and the potential for outdoor activities, she decided to settle here and begin Real Adventures. Her main passion lies with climbing, but she is actively involved and keen on a wide range of outdoor activities, such as white water kayaking, hiking, surfing, coasteering and many more. As a current climbing and hill walking guide Clare is currently working towards her Mountain Instructor Award which is a necessary qualification to guide people in more advanced aspects of these as well train and assess aspiring rock climbing and mountaineering instructors.
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.