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Severn Estuary Surfing

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East from Swansea lies the radically contrasting landscape of South Wales, where the heavily industrialised Port Talbot area provides a dystopian backdrop of steel and smoke-belching chimneys to once severely polluted beachbreaks only mildly polluted now? Further south the wave rich town of Porthcawl gives way to a heritage coast of remote smugglersÕ havens stretching to Llantwit. Solid W swells and E winds will get the beaches, reefs and points firing. The area rarely gets big as the shallow, super-tidal Severn Estuary mutes the swellsÕ power, especially on dropping tides. Autumn to spring is the best bet
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  Forecast Surf Report Stormrider Guide
Guide icon Forecast icon Porthcawl - Coney Beach Grey Star Grey Star 2.5ft 11secs 252° 12mph Mostly Cloudy No Reports Available. Left Submerged Reef Uneven Reef 8
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SW - W North Easterly High Tide Only
Guide icon Forecast icon Aberavon Grey Star Grey Star 2.5ft 11secs 252° 14mph Mostly Cloudy No Reports Available. Left Pier, Groyne or Jetty Sand 12
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SW - W Easterly High Tide Only
Guide icon Forecast icon Porthcawl - Rest Bay Grey Star Grey Star 2.5ft 11secs 252° 12mph Mostly Cloudy No Reports Available. Beachbreak Peaks Sand 10
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SW - W Easterly All Tides
Guide icon Forecast icon Southerndown Grey Star 1.5ft 11secs 254° 12mph Mostly Cloudy No Reports Available. Beachbreak Peaks Sand 8
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SW - W Easterly Low to Mid Tide