— with a surf and yoga retreat on the rugged coastline of Donegal, Ireland.
Living and surfing on the Atlantic coast, we believe that being in the waves is the best way to recharge and revitalise.
Yoga complements surfing and helps develop mobility, flexibility, breath control and strength.
We will coach you through a balanced programme of yoga & surfing, that will help connect your land and ocean practice.
Come and explore the link between Yoga and surfing with us, wherever you are in your practice.
Explore integrated practice – develop your Yoga and Surfing in parallel starting from where you are now – beginner surfers or yogis most welcome.
Take it with you – develop new knowledge, skills, and understanding so you can continue your practice away from the Ocean
Reflect or make new connections – our accommodation and activities are tailored for individuals, couples or groups allowing space for both socialising, and having time to yourself
This is an example itinerary for the week, but we’ll make the best of the conditions to ensure we’re surfing on the right days and having downtime in the lulls.
16th – 23rd of October 2020
21st – 28th of May 2021
Your choice of accommodation
Coaching & Surf Guiding
Yoga for Surfers
Coffee from our in-house barista
Surf technique & video analysis
Your package price depends on the accommodation option you chose when you book your trip. We have a range of accommodation types, all of them are right at Narosa HQ.
Tip: Save on the package price by sharing a room with a buddy!
Stay at The Old Bank
Stay at Captain’s Tiny House
Travel by plane
Major airports are Belfast International, Belfast City and Dublin. FLights are also available to Derry and Carrickfinn Airports.
Travel by Ferry
From Scotland you can catch the ferry from Troon to Larne which runs from spring to Autumn. Cairnryan and Stranraer have year round ferry connections to Belfast.
From England you can ferry to Belfast and Dublin from Liverpool, Fleetwood and Heysham.
Travel by Car
From Belfast get on the M2 A6 following signs to Londonderry, from there continue west on the N13 then take the N56all the way to Dunfanaghy.
— Travel time approx. 2hr45.
From Dublin take the M1 North exit at junction 14 for Ardee.
Follow the N2 toward Derry then on reaching Strabane follow the N14 to Letterkenny. We’re just 30 mins from Letterkenny on the N56.
— Travel time approx. 4hr.