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Latitude: 50° 8.414' N
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All 3 beaches are easy to access by foot.All have parking next to the beach.
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Good day length
Good swell direction
Good wind direction
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
This spot only tends to work several days a year,most of which go un-noticed by all but a handful of lucky surfers aho happen to be near by to check it out.It works best on a 10ft(3m)+ swell cpoming from the S/SW,accompanied with S/SW winds(to push the swell in and round 'the Lizard' point.However it does work once sometimes twice a year,on a huge W/NW swell(20ft/6m+) this then will give a cross-off wind.The occasional Easterly swell can be good too.
There's also a good to semi-excellent reef break at the west-end of Gylly beach.This is best surfed on an incoming tide Mid-High.
Great when it works.an unwritten locals rule,is to surf it if theres a wave over 0.5m!
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