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From Dublin city centre- PLEASE USE PUBLIC TRANSPORTS!!!!

- Bus 130 (
STOP AT WONG’S RESTAURANT… then walk 800m to site entrance at the Causeway, the SHuttle will wait for you there ;-)

- Dart to Clontarf Road (then Bus 130) and RAHENY DART STATION ( 10min walking). 10-15min walk to the entrance of Causeway Road (

- Taxi (approximately € 15)

From the airport (15 KM)

- Taxi (approximately € 25)

- Airport shuttle to city center and Bus 130

- Car rental
Access and Transport


Clontarf & Raheny are situated on the East Coast of Dublin and offer a wide range of comfortable, original and inexpensive Bed & Breakfast accomodation.

There are also plenty of backpacker places in the city centre if you want to get closer to the party scene! (City centre= 10 mins bus from the beach) Riders can leave gear at Puremagic.

One last option is to keep partying all night long, you will always find some after parties somewhere!


For any information do not hesitate to contact the big boss via email or call +353 85 10 58 243.

Weather/ Wind conditions:

Bikini and rainjacket? Suncream or umbrella? A 14m for sunny seabreeze or a 5m for megastrong storms? The answer is easy:

TAKE EVERYTHING YOU CAN!! Because in Ireland you can have the 4 seasons in the same day. Generally May-June can be very nice…but in Ireland the rain is as famous as the guinness!! Similarly for kites it is always windy here but between a 12-40knots seabreeze, it is impossible to predict! Just check the forecatst few days before. Side, Cross, Off-shore winds? Again there, we can have all the direction so this will be the surprise!!


Dollymount, Ireland – 16th – 17th May 2020


The event takes place on Dollymount Beach at Bull Island, Clontarf/ Raheny, Dublin 3/5. – Google Map

Wind conditions at Dollymount are generally very good, the beach is considered to be one of the best kitesurfing spots in the world! And is on the doorstep of Dublin’s city centre.

It is a magical spot with the beautiful surroundings of the nature reserve at Bull Island and the occasional flaming sunset colors. Shallow waters and 4 km of sandy beaches makes this spot a heaven for kitesurfers. Thanks to the local authorities and the action of IKSA, KItesurfing has been growing there in a very sustainable way and it is with great pride that we try to keep it like that! When the wind dies, Bull Island is the perfect heaven for Stand-up Paddle boarders, cruise around the island, surf the Ferry Wave or Explore the majestic Ireland ‘s Eye!

Keep safe and respect your environment! Please leave no trace.