Irish surf-center growing against odds
GTown Surf runs at of the more consistent stretches of beach
Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 21 November, 2012 : - - Ballinspittle in Co Cork, is the 'little economic miracle' village that's bucking the national economic trend in Ireland via its plethora of local businesses, and its close proximity to quality surf. The village has 'witnessed an influx of Australians and South Africans among others in search of a surfing haunt, thanks to the nearby beaches at Garrettstown and Garrylucas.
John Hynes, who runs the surfing school GTown Surf, says Cork's coast is "one of the most consistent stretches in the south" that's "perfect for surfers. So, there's no excuse for not getting out there and enjoying the waves."
Author: The Editors
Tags: Garrettstown, GTown Surf, Ireland