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Latitude: 52° 50.285' N
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at Spanish Point village. Easy to find.
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It's not the reefs. Only the beach breaks. Some years a sandback can result in a left-hander near the black rock opposite the Lifeguard hut, but generally it's fairly poor. Definitely good for beginners.
Spanish Point Beach can only be rated as an average break at best. Some years it can work fairly well when the winter storms leave down a sand bank or two - but most years it just closes out. Nevertheless it's definitely a nice place to go if you're a beginner, or on a longboard.
My family are from this area, and I learned to surf here, so I quite like the place.
By Anonymous , 10-10-2006
50/50 - in the summer its less crowded than lahinch(just) but i cant count the days that it was one foot slop,beggers cant be choosers.
By Anonymous , 21-09-2006
Dont surf here - This is a pissy close out beach. Dont waste time and energy here.
By 15 yr old surfer chic!!! , 26-10-2005
- i love spanish point. it rocks!!!! the surf is great! i spent the whole summer there and from experience ,the waves are wicked.-always surfable -often massive curls!!!i reccomend it!!!!!-all the way. come to the hawian surf party,3rd december 05.!!!!! surf spanish point!!
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