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Surf Spots (21)
Woody Bay
These reef-rocky waves offer left handers for experienced surfers to enjoy! The hollow, powerful and ledgey waves are best ridden during high tide, with the best tide movement being during low tide. The swells here start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to more than 8 feet, and the best swell directions are North and Northwest. Just watch out for rips and rocks here dear surfers!... more
Westward Ho!
This spot offers beach-breaking rights and lefts for all surfers to wave ride on! The swells here start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to around 8 feet. Surfable at all stages of the tide, the best tide movement is during rising and falling tide. This is a great spot for everyone to enjoy!... more
Putsborough
The beach-breaking waves here although not powerful, are hollow, fast and fun! This spot offers both left and right handers for wave riders to enjoy! The swells here start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to around 8 feet, with the best swell direction being Northwest, West and Southwest. The waters here are best ridden during mid and high tide, with the best tide movement being during rising tide. Watch out for rips here though surfers!... more
Noah's Right
These reef-rocky waves are for experienced surfers to enjoy. Regardless of the name, the spot offers both right and left handers. The swells here start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to 8 feet. The best tide movement is during rising tide and the waters here are best ridden during low and mid tide. The bottom is reef with sand, so watch out for sharp rocks here dear surfers!... more
Lynmouth
These regional classic waves are point-breakers for experienced surfers to enjoy. These fast waves are long and best enjoyed during rising tide movement, but the waters here are surfable at all stages of the tide. The swells start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to 6 feet with the good swell direction being West and SouthWest. This spot boasts left handers and can get very crowded. Watch out for rips and rocks here dear surfers as the bottom are boulders!... more
Lester Point
The reef-rocky waves of this spot are fast, powerful and lots of fun! The waters here are for experienced surfers to enjoy. The swells start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to 8 feet. The waves are best ridden at mid and high tide, with the best tide movement being during rising and falling tide. This spot is great for right handers to enjoy!... more
Lee Bay
Choose amongst your selection of reefs and discover that this spot offers right and left handers to experienced surfers to enjoy on its reef-rocky waves. The fast and fun waves have great swells which start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to 10 feet. The waters here should be surfed at low tide only, with the best tide movement being during rising and falling tide. Watch out for rips and rocks here though dear surfers!... more
Hartland Quay
This secret spot has some epic waves to offer, but rarely break to very few times a year. The swells here start working at 10 feet with no wind! This spot boasts of left handers, and the reef-rocky waves here are for experienced surfers to enjoy. Best ridden during mid and high tides, the waves are hollow, fast and ledgey. Watch out for rocks here though dear surfers!... more
Grunta, Morte Point
Situated on the left hand side of Grunta Beach, these waves rarely break, but when they do they are amazing! The reef-rocky waves here offer experienced surfers regional classic waves to enjoy. This spot also boasts of breaking both lefts and rights. The ledgey waves are best ridden during low and mid tide, during rising tide movement. The swells here start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to 10 feet. You need to beware of rips and rocks here though surfers!... more
Abbotsham Cliff
The quality waves here are reef-rocky, offering both left and right handers for wave riders to surf on. The swells start working at 3 feet and hold up to 6 feet. The waves at this spot are ledgey and fun, and best surfed on during high tide! Also note that the wonderful wave experience attracts massive crowds. Watch out for rocks here!... more
Green Cliff
This spot offers regional classic waves for surfers to enjoy. The swells start working at 3 feet and hold up to 6 feet. The waves here are hollow, fast and powerful. Disclaimer, this spot does get huge crowds. It is best to surf here during high tide, with the best tide movement being during falling tide. Beware of rocks here dear wave riders!... more
Fremington Quay
The swells here hold up to 16 feet and over! That’s a great way to say that the waves of Fremington Quay offer world class waves for experienced surfers to enjoy. The rivermouth waves are powerful, fun, hollow, fast and ledgey. However, the waves here break very rarely. You also need to watch out for rips and rocks here wave riders, as it’s a sandy rock bottom as well.... more
Down End Point
This spot offers absolute world class waves for experienced surfers to enjoy! The point-break waves here boast right handers, and the waves here are hollow, fast and fun. The swells here start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to 16 feet with the best swell direction being West. Riding the waves here has its own thrill, especially during rising tide movement, so do add this in your places-to-surf list dear wave riders! Watch out for rips and rocks here.... more
Croyde
This exposed beach break offers consistent surf throughout the year for all surfers to enjoy. This spot is definitely a major surf spot and attracts massive crowd, as these regional classic waves offer both right and left handers. The swells start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to 8 feet high! The waters here are best ridden at low and mid tide, and the best tide movement is during rising tide. One of the best spots to wave ride surfers, so suit up!... more
Coombesgate Beach
The beach-breaking waves offering consistent, reliable surf for all surfers to enjoy. Offering both rights and lefts, the best swell direction is from the Northwest and West. The waters here are best ridden during mid tide. The waves here are fun! Just watch out for rocks though dear wave riders!... more
Boneyards
These beach-breaking waves offering absolutely magnificent waves for experienced surfers to enjoy along with world class barrels! The waves are hollow, fast and powerful with the waves breaking both rights and lefts. The swells here start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to 12 feet, with the best swell direction being the West. Surfable mostly at low tide, it is best enjoyed during rising and falling tides. Watch out for rips here though surfers!... more
Whitsands Bay, Cornwall, United Kingdom
This spot offers regional classic waves for beginners to especially enjoy. Offering both right and left handers, the waters of Whitsands Bay are surfable at all stages of the tide and best enjoyed during rising and falling tides. The beach-breaking waves make swells best from directions of West, Southwest and South. Watch out for rips though wave riders especially during low tide!... more
Port Wrinkle, Cornwall, United Kingdom
Port Wrinkles offers experienced surfers reef-rocky waves to ride on. The swells here start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to 10 feet. The waters are best ridden at low and mid tide, and the best tide movement is during rising tide. This spot also offers both left and right handers. Surf here in general are hollow and fun! Beware of rips and rocks here though dear surfers!... more
Looe, Cornwall, United Kingdom
This popular beach offers amazing waves for wave riders to enjoy. Looe boasts of its regional classic waves with swells which start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to 12 feet! The best swell direction is from Southeast. The beach-breaking waves are hollow and fast. Left handers will truly enjoy this waters of Looe. This spot is better left for experienced surfers.... more
 

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