Llangennith is possibly the most popular surf spot in Wales, with beach breaks all the way along its three-mile length. It’s always crowded when there’s a good swell running, but if you’re prepared to walk along the beach you should be able to find less busy peaks. Once the waves get bigger the paddle out through line after line of white water can be exhausting though, and you’ll also need to watch out for rips.
Access via the campsite (you have to pay to access in Summer)
On site. There is a moderate amount of walking required from the car park (approx. 200m).
Cafe, Toilettes, Shop & Phone
Hillend Campsite (try Eddies Restaurant!) or Kings Head Hotel
PJs Surf Shop (opposite the Kings Head)
WSF Surf School (Hillend Campsite)
None. Although it’s generally a safe beach still be careful. The size of the beach can make it feel quite isolated. There are also rips here, especially on larger swells but it is suitable for beginner
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