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Kitesurfing Lligwy

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A little gem of a beach which works well on a North to North Easterly. You never really know what to expect here as the swell can vary a lot in size dependent on whether there has been a lot of recent strong Northerlies which add to the fun at this spot. Dolphins are regularly spotted playing in this beautiful bay and a small island a little too far off shore to visit is home to a seal colony. There is a rip by the rocks on the right hand side where the ancients made a moon crescent fishing trap. Ideal spot to introduce yourself to wave riding although difficult for board starters. There is a car park by the beach with a small shop/café which is ran by a kitesurfer chick who is very friendly and will be happy to tell you about the area. There are also toilets on the car park and it is possible to camp overnight at a reasonable rate.

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