Surfing in Sligo. The Wild Atlantic Way

Galway activities on water

If you haven’t quite had enough of a great night life, exciting scenery, cliffs, national parks and like, try some of Galway activities on water! There is plenty to choose from – kayaking, windsurfing, surfing, stand up paddleboarding and diving are all here to pick from! Ask our receptionists about recommended activities and enjoy your time in Galway even more!

Galway activities on water:

Windsurfing, Kayaking & Paddleboarding @ Rusheen Bay


Located just 5km from Galway city, they offer windsurfing, kayaking and stand up paddleboarding lessons and rental.  There is a full range of activities for kids, adults, families, hen & stag parties, corporate groups and schools as well as the best kids summer camp in Galway! The school is stocked with the latest top of the range equipment and our team is made up of Ireland’s most talented watersports people.

 

Diving @ ScubaDive West

As a PADI 5 Star Dive centre they offer everything from Discover Snorkeling and Discover Scubadiving right through to PADI Instructor training! Discover Scubadive West on the Wild Atlantic Way.

Lumpsucker at Scubadive West

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Surfing at Lahinch @Lahinch Surf School

Summer is on its way !! Book your surf school lessons now and we hope to sea you soon….☺

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Lahinch Surf School is based at the beach hut on Lahinch promenade in Lahinch County Clare on the west coast of Ireland and provides a friendly, safe and fun introduction to the exhilarating art of surfing. Former Irish Surf Champion John McCarthy and his crew of surf-dude instructors invite you and your friends to come and experience the thrill and excitement of surfing at Ireland’s best known Surf School. John started Lahinch Surf School out of a desire to surf and live on the west coast and to share the thrill and ‘STOKE’ of surfing. You are very welcome to Lahinch Surf School where surfing classes and surf lessons come highly recommended.

They say you can’t stop the waves but you can learn how to surf 🙂 #surfingishighlyaddictive #lahinchurfschool

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Kayaking @Kayakmor or @Give It a Go

Go kayaking on Galway Bay, Clew Bay, explore the Wild Atlantic Way or take a trip on the River Corrib. Discover Ireland’s Atlantic coastline by kayak, learn new skills and enjoy spending time kayaking with your friends along the stunning Connemara coast.

 

Magical evening for kayaking last night. More nice weather please!

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