Category: Wales

Llangennith, Gower Peninsula

Llangennith is what local surfers call the ‘indicator’ break for the area. If there’s a not a lump here then you can guarantee it’s flat everywhere. When the waves turn on and start to pump, Llangennith is possibly one of the...

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Sandy-beach bay

Sandy beach is serviced by two caravan/camp sites; one has its own launching runway they both also launch from the beach. The only drawback is that jet skis also use the area, but have found them to show consideration and...

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Porth Dafarch, Anglesey

Suitable for all abilities, popular at weekends. How to get there: From Trearrdur follow signs for South Stack, it is the fourth bay along the road in a dip with lots of parking. From Holyhead follow signage for the activity...

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Llanddwyn Island, Anglesey

LLanddwyn seems to be paddle-able in most tidal states.There are several landing spots around the island including Pilots Cove, where there are two lighthouses and a row of old pilot’s cottages. There are lots of...

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River Mawddach, Barmouth, Wales

The Mawddach is a good paddle along a very picturesque river surrounded by mountains on both sides and is quite popular with kayakers in the summer months. It does need some planning before hand a set of tide tables and an OS...

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Whitesands Bay

North Pembrokeshire, Whitesands Bay, or Porthmawr (Big Harbour) in Welsh, is a wide expanse of fine white sand with Blue Flag status. The sand curves north towards the remote rocky headland of St Davids Head. This is one of the...

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Porthcawl

The main thing to realise about Porthcawl is that although there is a wide area to play in with its three distinct beaches (four if you include the esplanade), the town is built up and is home to a large number of wave riders....

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