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Teignmouth Pier
The beach breaking waves here are hollow, fun and powerful! This spot is great for experienced surfers to enjoy their rights and lefts. The swells here start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to 8 feet, with the best swell direction being Southwest, Southeast and East. The waters are surfable at all stages of the tide, and the best tide movement is rising tide.... more
Paignton
Best around high tide, this sheltered beach break offers all surfers to enjoy. The waves here break at both lefts and rights. The best swell direction is Southeast and East. Winter is the favourable season to surf here.... more
Salcombe
Salcombe is a sheltered beach break, which create swells from 12 feet! Thus, this spot is for professional surfers only. The waters here provide both right and left handers, with the best swell direction being West and Southwest. Along with the rips, watch out for rocks here though dear wave riders as they are submerged and can be hazardous!... more
Sidmouth
Sidmouth is a beach-break with inconsistent surf. The beach-breaking waves are fun to ride on, with the swells holding up to 3 feet. The best time to surf here is during winters. Best to surf the waters here during mid tide, and the best tide movement is during rising tide. Watch out for rocks here surfers!... more
Wembury Beach
These reef-rocky waves are for all surfers to enjoy! The swells here start working at 3 feet and hold up to 10 feet, with the best direction being Soutwest and South. Though the waves here are unreliable, when it works they are quality waves with great barrels. Wembury boasts of left handers, and the waters here are best wave ridden on low and mid tide. Watch out for rips here though surfers!... more
Thurlestone Reef
This spot is a sand-bar offering absolute regional classic waves for experienced surfers to wave ride on! The swells here start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to 8 feet, with the best swell directions being Southwest and South. The waves here are fast and fun, and an absolute delight especially for right handers. It is best surfable at low and mid tide, and the best tide movement is during rising tide. Watch out for rocks here though surfers!... more
Preston Beach
These beach-breaking waves offer rights and lefts for all surfers to enjoy. Surfable at low and mid tide, it is best ridden during rising tides. The swells here start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to 6 feet, with the best swell directions being Southeast, East and Northeast. Preston beach also provides great commodities like cafes and toilets, so surfers can prepare to relax after their surfing spree as well. Watch out for rips here though!... more
Mothecombe
Lying at the mouth of River Erme, this spot provides beginner waves. The beach breaking waves providing right and left handers are fun to wave ride on. Best surfable at low tide, the fun is maximized when ridden during falling tide. Beware of rips here surfers!... more
Challaborough, Devon, United Kingdom
These beach-breaking waves offer regional classic waves for experienced surfers to enjoy. This spot breaks both right and left handers. The waves here are hollow, fast and powerful and are surfable at all stages of the tide with maximized fun during rising and falling tides. Beginners need to be careful as the waves and swells here can get massive. Also beware of rips and rocks here though dear wave riders!... more
Beer Point, Devon, United Kingdom
These regional classic waves are hollow and fun for all surfers to wave ride! The best swell direction is from Southwest where the swells start working at less than 3 feet and hold up to 10 feet. Surfable at all stages of the tide, it is best ridden during rising and falling tides. The waves are long and best enjoyed during winter.... more
 

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