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Latitude: 51° 47.593' N
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When reach Whitegate (after midleton) continue toward the end of the village-follow the sign to the left up Ardnabourkey hill - continue along this road taking 2 main junction right turns - roads are narrow - watch for the signs!!
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
Tidy small beach - better breaks to either side but rocks/reef below, best to stick to centre although can be messy when big big swells - hard to judge what its going to be like - best a day or 2 after stormy conditions ....... no promises!
By email@example.com , 04-11-2004
Fickle but can be A1 - Went there yesterday. Had a tiny onshore wind which turned most waves to slop but can be great on its day. I would make this my first choice but may just work if your passing
By firstname.lastname@example.org , 30-03-2004
a gran message - my friend go surfing in icnh i surpose to be a good ploace for surfing!!!from were i live you can sometime hear the wavwes in inch.that when i know that there is good waves there!!i think it is a great beach for surfing.but sometime you find dead aminal in the water only after a storm.****** ******
By john , 09-01-2004
Inch beach (Near Midleton) - Gets regular swell. Much less hassle than driving to clonakilty. Can get big. Easy paddle out even in big surf using rip on left of beach. Getting b busy lately but ok in winter, no twats out!
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