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RE: Rhyl« Reply #1 on: December 27 2006 19:12:00 »
I was brought up not far from the north Wales coast, and beleive me when I say that there aint no surfing there. However (there's always a silver lining!), if you have a car you can travel west to Abersock on the Lleyn Peninsular - apparantly it's a real surfers spot. Although I haven't been to Abersock, I have been on the north side of the peninsular near Tudweiliog, which has the whole 'beachy-chilled-out-lets camp-here-forever' feel about it!
RE: Rhyl« Reply #2 on: April 16 2009 07:04:00 »
I live in prestatyn and wish there was surf here, nearest break to rhyl is prob angelsey(1 hour drive), but the mouth is most cosistent break, (2 hour drive)