Overview

North Wales is a place deeply influenced by the power of mother nature. With the right conditions the waves are legendary and there is a plethora of spots to choose from bathed by the Irish Sea on the ocean side and dwarfed by the glaciated peaks of Snowdonia National Park on the other.

The result is a playground. A haven for anyone who enjoys the outdoors. The water temperature isn't too bad at all averaging around 7 degrees in the winter. The geology along the coastline is world famous due to its explosive mixture of volcanic and sedimentary rock.

When looking for spots in the area the phrase "The Journey is the Reward" springs to mind. Take your time and don't be afraid to hike! You may well find a few rewards. Thanks to its western location the afternoon light can be incredible and the sunsets are a delight for the senses. Theres a variety of watering holes to choose from and theres certainly no shortages of places to kickback/ camp after a day amongst the waves.

Surf Spots

Located along the Llyn Peninsula, Hells Mouth Speaks for itself! and on a good day it can experience some of the best conditions in the UK.

The Isle of Anglesey is located between the mainland and the Menai Straits. Enjoy the remote spots and instantly feel at peace.