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Causeway Coast Surfing

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The Causeway Coast, in Northern Ireland, is probably the most surfed area of IrelandÕs 4800 miles of coastline, due to its proximity to the larger east coast population. ItÕs only 26 miles from Ballycastle to Magilligan Head, but this outstanding stretch of natural beauty is home to north-facing, fast, French-style beachbreaks, plus the odd reef, that are offshore in the prevailing south-westerly wind. The scene is centred on Portrush where there is abundant accommodation and vibrant nightlife (including KellyÕs, the biggest nightclub in Ireland). Swells need to be from the NW or N although a massive W will wrap in. Malin Head will block SW swell from the big winter lows which crash into the west coast, but in summer the Causeway Coast can pick up swell from the far flung lows spinning way up north. Can work any time of year.
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Guide icon Forecast icon Portrush Star 1.5ft 11secs 279° 5mph Cloudy No Reports Available. Left Submerged Reef Boulders 12
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NW - N South Westerly Mid to High Tide
Guide icon Forecast icon Benone Strand Star 1.5ft 11secs 279° 5mph Cloudy No Reports Available. No Data Available No Data Available No Data Available
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