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Kitesurf Newborough

Listed under Kitesurfing in Wales, United Kingdom.

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A good wave spot which works best in Southerly winds. It is a beautiful long sandy beach looking out to the Snowdonia mountains on your left and Llandwyn Island nature reserve to your right. The waves range from small and friendly to nice clean barrels dependent on swell. Newborough is a very user friendly beach for the intermediate kiter but beginners might find it difficult to get past the white water. There is a small lagoon at low tide which is ideal for board starters or for practising those freestyle tricks. Watch out for the mussel bed to your right hand side just past the entrance to the beach . The beach gets very busy with visitors during the summer months so you must set up to as far to the left of the entrance as you can. The car park is at the end of a long winding road through the forestry commission park. You will need £3 to get through the gate but parking and toilets near the beach are worth the money.

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