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Surf Beaches

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Viking Bay

Viking Bay is the central horseshoe-shaped bay of Broadstairs. It offered surfing waves for the majority of the tide and was first surfed in the 1960’s. It is predominantly as longboard surfing wave offering slow lefts and slightly faster right-hand…

Joss Bay

This is the first original surf beach of Kent and was the hub of surfing in the area from the 1960s until the late 1990s and offers sand bars, and chalk reefs. The beauty of Joss Bay is that it…

Botany Bay

Certainly one of the most picturesque beaches of Kent. It is not surfed greatly but offers some of the best rides in the area although it can be fickle and local knowledge is crucial. It is best surfed only mid…

Ramsgate

This is an experienced surfing wave for those in the know. It offers on some swells barrels; it is an excellent short wave that runs along the side of the pier. A very strong local surfer environment that has a…

Stone Bay

Known in the late ’80s for the place to head for on a big North East swell as it could hold the waves and provide protection. The likes of Ken Bishop, and Paul “The Bear” Watkins would be here on…

Other Surf Beaches

The coastline of Kent is unique and because of this we have an estimated 20+ surf spots and these vary in quality and conditions to be surfed. It would be irresponsible for us to describe all the spots and detail…