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Surfing Mullaghmore - IRELAND


Mullaghmore, Ireland’s premier big wave surfing spot is a small fishing village and popular tourist destination located between Cliffoney and Grange in County Sligo. Lying close to the borders of Counties Leitrim and Donegal, Mullaghmore has stunning views of Benbulben Mountain and Donegal and Sligo Bay.

This Is What Surfing Mullaghmore Looks Like From The Water

 

 

Mullaghmore, along with Aileen’s at the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare, is fast gaining a reputation as one of the most fearsome and challenging big wave locations in the world. The international field this year will also include competitors from Ireland, Hawaii, USA, Great Britain, France, Spain, Germany, Tahiti and South Africa.

 

Mullaghmore, Ireland is a relatively new addition to the global big wave surfing scene. It’s cold, temperamental, and very, very heavy. But when the elements align it’s one of the best big waves in Europe and over the last decade it has gone from a little-known spot favoured by local hellmen to a world-renowned, media-frenzy wave. Andrew Cotton caught one of the best swells of the winter at Mullaghmore. It was wild, windy, and the waves were unbelievable. The water footage from this swell will chill you to the bone and make your heart skip a beat. - See more at: http://www.insidesport.com.au/into-it/mullaghmore-surfing/#sthash.KO7iL0tE.dpuf
Mullaghmore, Ireland is a relatively new addition to the global big wave surfing scene. It’s cold, temperamental, and very, very heavy. But when the elements align it’s one of the best big waves in Europe and over the last decade it has gone from a little-known spot favoured by local hellmen to a world-renowned, media-frenzy wave. Andrew Cotton caught one of the best swells of the winter at Mullaghmore. It was wild, windy, and the waves were unbelievable. The water footage from this swell will chill you to the bone and make your heart skip a beat. - See more at: http://www.insidesport.com.au/into-it/mullaghmore-surfing/#sthash.KO7iL0tE.dpuf