Tramore – Ireland
This page will tell you all about kitesurfing Tramore.
The 3 km long beach of Tramore is an attraction for itself. There is plenty of space to launch your kite and to practice with a small kite on the beach. The Irish call it the sunny south, but it is more likely that a storm passes than that the sun breaks trough, so that makes this place ideal for kitesurfing. If you are lucky, the swell can come in really nice and some nice waves will join you during your kitesurfing session. Rent a campervan and visit the south and west coast of Ireland, but don’t forget to stop at Tramore!
Impression of the spot
- Rating: 7
- Beginner friendly: Yes
- Best wind directions: Southeast, South, Southwest
- Launch area: Sandy beach
- Water surface: Waves
- Type of water: Ocean
- Comments: As a beginner, be careful with stormy weather
Best time to visit for kitesurfing
The best months to visit this spot are:
October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May
Are you interested in what is going on right now on the beach in Tramore? Check out these webcam pages:
Best places to go
Places to sleep
Looking for an awesome place just outside the town to spend the night? Park your campervan on Newton Cove.
If you like to spend the night in the centre of Tramore in Irish style, than you should check out OSheas Hotel.
Places to eat
The Victoria House is the place to be, if you like to eat and drink in the traditional way!
Places to visit in the area (after kitesurfing Tramore)
Enough things to do when you visit Tramore. Don’t hesitate and go for a:
- Wave surf session
- Eat local fish & chips and walk the boulevard
- Go to the Tramore Amusement and leisure park
- Find yourself a golf park and hit a ball!
Places to shop
Get your kitesurfing lesson and your surf equipment at the local surfshop T bay surf centre.
Enjoy your time kitesurfing Tramore!