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drive to St.Ives...access through town centre.Easyer route follow holiday route into the back of St.Ives drive down towards the town and on the second round about take the first left and go up the hill turn right at the junction at the top an then stay on that road the beach is at the bottom of the hill.
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on a good day can produce some sweet closeout barrels.
Best spot to the far right, taking off close to the island on a dropping tide.
A good Cornish wave...can get pretty crowded when it's on - due to it being right in the middle of St Ives.
When it's sunny the water looks a little French...Aqua marine green!
By Anonymous , 08-03-2007
lowtideboiler.com - low tide boiler is super fun and hollow,though tends to closeout abit but get into it early and spank that end section at every given opportunity.yewwwww! LTB massive
By anonymous , 27-08-2005
- Whoever did the write up for Porthmeor doesn't know shit! Porthmeor works in SW,S or SE winds. N and NE are ONSHORE. Works best in W swell though will work in anything from N to SW (if long period wrap around)
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