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Follow the sign posts south from Constantine and park in the car park. Or walk around from Constanine (it's quicker).
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
Treyarnon is a bit of a myth. At low tide there is supposed to be an epic left hand reef break that only breaks when the sand build up is just right on the reef.
Otherwise the beach is good when it is small on all tides. When it is big the beach gets hideously rippy and gnarly looking.
You've gotta ask yourself, do ya feel lucky?
Having surfed the area for more than 10 years I have been in here twice and that was just for a laugh.
I have never seen the reef working well, although I have heard of people having good waves. "You shoulda been here yesterday!!" is the normal comment.
Unless the reef is working Constantine and Boobies are defintetly better.
By Anonymous , 31-05-2008
- A friend of mine is organising a surf trip down here, shes a regular but i'm more north devon, and seeing that there's never any surf in north Devon in the summer months, i was wondering how likely we are to get reasonable wave (3ft)? And where to go to get it?
By anonymous , 20-04-2006
B.S.C. - I am the original member of the birmingham surf club and you should all bow down before me...Yoooo Alroight!!!!!
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