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Northern Ireland’s wide sandy beaches provide ideal safe kite surfing locations. Riders prefer onshore winds which mean they have to be prepared to travel to different spots depending on wind direction.

When the wind is from the north they will generally head to the north coast to the Causeway coast beaches and when it’s from the south Tyrella Beach in County Down is the most popular location.

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Popular with Belfast based riders when the wind is from the north and there is no tme to head to the Causeway coast.


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The centre of kite surfing in the north, this beautiful beach offers perfect safe riding with added attraction of big waves.


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This beach has become the centre of Northern Ireland’s kite surfing scene. The prevailing southerly and south westerly winds make it the beach with the most consistent onshore conditions.

It is big enough it provide space kite surfers need to ride safely in numbers and is only 40 minutes from Belfast.

This beach hosted the 2006 Northern Ireland leg of the Irish Kite surfing championships.

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