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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 West Wales

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By mike4013 , 15-10-2011

wets wales surf report - this site has a live streaming surf web cam overlooking west wales beach poppit sands http://www.baysports.co.uk/

By Ranjeet , 18-10-2010

wales in united kingdom - At north of Wales.There is a Cable Bay. This narrow bay is West facing and on a moderate swell can produces decent waves. However, the rides tend to be short, and it often closes out. It's sheltered by the cliffs from Southerly winds which is a real bonus, offering a surfable wave when nearby beaches will be blown out. It works best either side of high tide and can hold a wave over six foot. A good all round wave, safe for beginners in smaller swell. Parking near the beach is added advantage of surfing here.
Villefranche sur mer france

By Anonymous , 24-07-2008

December waves - Hi all. What is the water temp in Dec - and where are the best waves on the West coast of England and Wales?

Many thanks in advance, A.

By Anonymous , 17-01-2008

Blue Lagoon? - Wheres Blue Lagoon?? if your on about the massive rock pool near llangennith. It's called 'Blue Pool'!!!!!

By Tiny , 23-03-2006

THE POLE! - It`s called the POLE! Always been called the POLE! Always will be the Pole! Oh and it`s been surfed since the late 60`s.

By john , 15-12-2004

fresh water, west wales - fresh water west is much more consistent than aberyswth

By K8E Walker , 19-11-2004

Surf on Dudes and Dudesses - Hi, Ive wanted to surf nearly all my life but being 13 aint that long but hey. I no not many girz like surfing I am proud to say that I am getting surfing lessons next year. All my m8s bum sk8ing but thats boring. A great thing 2 do is go jumping at blue lagoon. I always go jumping its like my life. I tell you if I wasn't Human I'd be a fish. Also a gang of us like 2 go jumping at Milford Haven Mackrel Stage Its coooooooooooooooooooool. Rock On Dudes And Dudesses

By I love Devon, but wales ain't bad , 09-09-2004

went to wales - went to wales, pembrokeshire to be infact, left north devon for the 4 hour drive to the in-laws, had a few nice surfs at Manorbier, very nice, the missus won't need to do so much arm twisting next time.

By stoked old guy , 08-09-2004

newgale - just back from 3 days in pembroke, i have been a 'beginner' surfer for 5yrs...had lessons at bells, north shore, waikiki, byron bay, surfers, fistral, somewhere in ireland, lanzarote, and numerous sessions in all those places, sat and watched in envy at waimea, pipe etc...the last 3 days for me beats the lot...i'm not clued up enough to know a good left from a bad right or whatever...and i can see that for the experienced surfer maybe newgale is not the most ripping ever...but for an outsider it was fun easy and no hassle from locals...the perfect place to practice...breaks all over the beach...i hired a 9ft bic and wetty and had most rides i've ever had in 2 days and am the most stoked i've ever been...the shop and camp site are near perfect and friendly...all you guys out there wanting to learn a bit of surfing get off your asses and pay newgale a visit...i may never be a good surfer cos i am old fat and forty already but i have never enjoyed a 'sport' 'activity' 'lifestyle' (whichever) as much in my life....surfing is swell.

By anonymous , 02-06-2004

Surfing North Wales? - I´m a bodyboarder from Spain. I´m going to live near North Wales for a certain time. Which are the main spots around there if there are any, and are them pretty consistent? I´ve only heard about Hells Mouth. TA!!

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