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Latitude: 52° 17.365' N
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Numerous entry points along eight miles of sandy beach.
Easy to find?
Good day length
Good swell direction, ,
Good wind direction, ,
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
Be careful when surfing this place to tidy up after you, local farmers dont take too well to this sort of thing and it could spoil future trips for others.As for the wave just go out and have fun!It works with most winds because of the shape of the bay, and is more popular as a windsurfing spot (PWA event held there annually).
By Anonymous , 27-01-2008
protect your wheels - hi my name is ollie i am from belgium,my friend and me took road trip to your beautiful country in autum for surf,great waves nice people but one day in southwest where we stay we went for to surf and when we come back some person stole the mirror off our volkswagon van whats up with that,later that afternoon one girl said to my friend she saw one man taking it she said he have the simlar van to me,so tell all the people whos come here to park where you can see,also the beach name was goulane so my friends beware,also for the man who took my glass im back in southwest now and have good report of you so we must talk
By zack morris , 24-08-2006
eggars... - Save your marxist spiel for a blog. go surf some breaks on the east coast of the states, theres some awesome spots there picking up the atlantic swells before they cross and hit the irish coast.
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