Top 3 Surf Spots on the Gower Peninsula, Wales

, March 16, 2012

Llangennith is a mecca for watersports enthusiasts who flock to the beach throughout the year. Although this surf spot could be spoilt by the sheer numbers of surfers it attracts, the huge size of the beach means that you can still get an awesome session in even when the water is packed. Llangennith is the most consistent break on the Gower Peninsula and offers something for surfers of all levels. Llangennith gets big in the winter, and I mean BIG. It’s known for its long and difficult paddle out and even when the conditions are crystal clean, it still takes some serious physical fitness to get out back. For those that do, though, the reward is great. Long rides all the way to the beach on powerful lefts and rights, Llangennith is one of the best surf spots in the UK.

Surf Mawgan Porth, Cornwall, England

, October 14, 2011

Mawgan Porth is a small village on the north coast of Cornwall, 6 miles up the coast from Newquay. It’s great place for those who want to stay at one of the quieter beach spots, whilst maintaining quick access to renowned UK surf breaks such as Watergate Bay and Constantine.

Biscay Surf Breaks, South of France

, February 11, 2011

Wedged between Spain and France, the Bay of Biscay offers a wide variety of world-class surfing hours from major transport connections from the UK. Apart from the epic convenience of northern Spain and south-west France for most of mainland Europe, excellent cuisine, culture and scenery have brought a community of water and wave lovers to the region. Now firmly established on the world surfing map, the area has become accessible on a budget with simple accommodations gaining popularity in this outdoorsy part of the continent.

Surf-Escape to Morocco

, January 28, 2011

A long way from the cold and miserable British winter, yet considerably closer and more economical than its Southern Hemisphere alternatives, Morocco is the perfect destination for the hibernating surfer. … Read more