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Latitude: 51° 34.075' N
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Signposted from mumbles town. Large carpark facing the break.
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
Not very hollow. Middle reef, shit pipe and the point best suited to longboarders. Langland dose not work at high tide it just dumps unless there is a big swell. High tide works better when there is a strong on shore wind because it dose not dump as much.
Beginners should stick to the middle of the bay (beach break). Best suited to longboarders.
More experienced can try right hand point (west end)
East end also has reef break (experience needed): this is <b>Crab Island</b> and works only at low tide.It's quite shallow and sucky.
Old and young come here. Good atmosphere but respect needs to be shown to gower crew.
Great spot to surf with plenty of variety to choose from.
Needs decent swell to get working though. ie. llangennith needs to be 5foot+
By Anonymous , 23-09-2008
I agee - If your gonna be a spoilt baby and get all agro cause others wanna surf a wave, crying im a local and wanting to measure you pethatic little knobhanddles, do the rest of the world a favour and never venture out of you tiny tunnel vision kak hole you rave as world class!
By Anonymous , 18-06-2007
Serves you right - Secret Spots .......it's all right for a bunch of poms to turn up around the world and have the locals put up with your shit surfing skills ....but if you pull into one of the breaks the booze fuelled meatheads want to fight .Stay in the pub mate
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