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Lahinch Surf Shop
Lahinch in County Clare, Ireland, has been a centre for surfing in Ireland since the late 1960's. The local club in Lahinch hosted the European surf championships in 1972. I became interested in surfing in the late 1980's. It all started for me as a result of a chat in a pub in Liscannor, County Clare, which led my wife ...
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Wittering Surf Shop
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Wittering Surf Shop is the premier lifestyle shop in the area and is a collaborative effort of Nick and Lizzie to bring high end, quality essentials for surfers and those looking for the surf lifestyle. Our aim has been to build a destination store. The community is the backbone of what we do here, but that's just the ...
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Harlyn Surf School
Harlyn Surf School
Set on the golden sands of Harlyn Bay, there can be no better place to learn to surf or to discover the sheer exhilaration of paddleboarding, coasteering or sea kayaking. We believe in offering you the very best customer service and the highest possible level of surf and watersports tuition. Passionate about the Cornwall surf, Harlyn Surf ...
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Sandown Bay Webcam
Fistral Live
Wittering Webcam
Strandhill Webcam
Fraserburgh Seashore Centre
Merrymoor Inn
St. Ives Webcam
Brandon Bay Surf cam
Surf Challaborough Surf Cam
Inch Reefs Surf Cam
Crown Spa Hotel Webcam
Lighthouse Webcam
Aberdeen Beach Webcam
Pot and Barrel Bude Webcam
LoveAchill
Anns Cottage Surf Shop
Blue Bay Hotel
Double Overhead
Tynemouth (Longsands)
Chris Old's Clipper Restaurant & Holiday Home
Puro Nectar Surf
The Extreme Academy
About Surfing UK + Ireland
With an incredibly varied coastline and almost every imaginable kind of beach and reef set-up available the UK offers a huge variety of waves to the surfer prepared to suffer cold in the winter and a regular battering from strong coastal winds. North Cornwall and Ireland offer the most consistent coastlines, although the variety of rock reef and dominant offshore winds in the North East make the most of every drop of swell. While a shallow continental shelf drains a little power from incoming systems the North Atlantic in winter is the most prolific swell generating area on the planet so with a little imagination waves can be found almost everyday outside the less consistent mid summer months.
Webcams
These are either live cameras and video or a daily photo taken by a surfer. The former has the advantage of being up to the minute, the later is more likely to be taken to accurately reflect the current conditions - streaming video cams give the best of both worlds. Check the update date carefully.
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