Mulranny has a tidal beach with flat water and big shallow area and both sand and grass. It works with all directions, but is best in Southerlies.Mulranny village stands beside a little collection of seaside lakes in the far west of the country, you might even pass through there on your way to spend a few days on Achill Island if you’re lucky. If the wind finds its way through the surrounding hills and inlets you could be treated to the flatwater session of a life time.
Achill Island, on Ireland’s wild Atlantic coast, provides a haven for watersports activities of all types. The 3km long beach at Keel is popular with kitesurfers, though for a safer kitesurfing experience the shallow, freshwater lake at Keel measures over 1km by 1.5km it’s better option.. Keel Lake is easily accessible for cars, allowing watersports enthusiasts to transport their equipment right up to the lake edge. Keel lake is ideal for beginners and works best with S and SW winds. For more experienced kitesurfers , the Atlantic waters around Achill provide numerous routes.
Sandy uncrowded beach with lots of space. Occasional rocks and weaver fish. About few meters from the beach is a Roonith lake with flat and shallow water, ideal place for beginners as also some freestyle experts .
Bertra beach is a Blue flag spit of land and it is lifeguarded during the summer months. Excellent conditions with W or NW. Very shallow and flat in the inside with W, NW and N winds. Choppy and small waves on the ocean side. The inside of the land spit dries out in low spring tides.
Is a freshwater lake with flat , in the west of Ireland. It is located in northwest County Mayo on the Mullet Peninsula. Cross Lough measures about 2 km (1.2 mi) long and 1 km (0.6 mi) wide. It lies about 10 km (6 mi) southwest of Belmullet. The lake has flat to choppy water and is very flat water with NW-N winds. It is excellent in Southerlies (S, SW, SSE) but since it is a lake it works with all directions.
Opposite Belmullet peninsula Trawmore Bay has two sides for kiting. The lagoon is flat and shallow on high tide and the more open side works on all tides and has waves and chop. Works in S to SW, potentially with W as well. SW is best and is the prevailing wind