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The next beach north of Watergate Bay.
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Park in the car park at the top of the beach next to kingsurf surf school. The surf will be bigger than it looks cos it is a long way away.Gets rippy and backwashy when big.
Rocked up here a few weeks ago and was given a warm welcome by surfers that work at the surf school there ( kingsurf ) Didn't score it epic but enjoyed a few pints in the local pub afterwards with the surf instructors. If you need to leave your keys anywhere the boys at kingsurf will look after them for you.
Nice fun performance waves with a lovely surf school right on the beach front called kingsurf surf school (www.kingsurf.co.uk)
By Alpsurf , 13-06-2007
- Good waves break just at low tide, high tide it becomes a bay. If it get to big it closes out, but mid swells are sweet as a nut, rights at the middle and lefts at the left corner, awesome. Some days are even good for barreling, as my good friend Darrel would say, it's true. Weak winds and eastern swells are ideal.
By Anonymous , 25-04-2007
spongers - Mp's is a great wave, trouble is the Plymouth Janners get in the way all the time, "No posers" at MP's
By anonymous , 13-09-2005
used to be good - this place used to be good.but now it just closes out. waste of time.
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