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My review of Woolacombe and the surf !

By emilyfurness3  |  Posted: February 27, 2013

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Catching some of my biggest waves in North Devon

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place to play around in with waves from knee height to well over head height whatever your stage. You'll feel stoked after any

wave. My personal favourite being woolacombe Beach. It has such a nice vibe as

soon as you set foot on the sand. The beach is

pretty exposed but has a reef break that has pretty consistent surf so it works

all year round any season any time perfect! I even go in minus conditions not many people are crazy

enough to brace the ice, so it ends up just being me and the ocean at times

just the way I like it . But even as the most passionate surfer there is one

thing that will stop you from catching that last wave in Woolacombe and that

could only be the Red Barn Hawaiian burger. A surf bar overlooking the whole of

beautiful Woolacombe and a massive burger after an amazing session surrounded

by lovely people what could be better. Everyone's so friendly no matter where you're

from you would feel like you've walked back into your home town. You could

easily chill out in the red barn all day and night but with some many places to

hang out that just hits the mark as a surfer. I'd recommend flip flopping your ways

round the whole sea side resort exploring every corner.

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