The Welsh coast boasts some very good beaches catching the sun and covered in lovely sand. Thankfully this means swimmers and tourists tend to stay away from the beaches that have the best breaks for surfing. The best is had at Freshwater West boasting waves up to 6-8 foot; above that it is unsurfable. Also avoid it if you are a beginner and not a very strong swimmer as it has very strong rips and huge surf (people do drown there, some only just make it). It also has a reef break running at high tide.
In North Wales Hells Mouth on the Llyn Peninsular is fairly consistent (and can also become too big or be blown out) Surfing is a great activity and all you need a functioning surfboard and maybe a wetsuit, there are often great waves around wales and therefore a great chance that other people living in different places will never experience, so take the chance and make an effort in heading down to the beach and go surfing. There are places with high waves where very serious surfers go to catch some big waves, as you get better you should try these places out! There are also places that will rent you surfing gear out so head towards there!
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