Newquay, the seaside resort that is situated on the North Atlantic coast of Cornwall offers a variety of top quality activities both in and out of the water. Being considered as the surf capital of the UK, Newquay hosts visitors from around the world who hope to catch the perfect wave; and they most probably will at Fistral Beach, the venue that hosts plenty international surfing competitions.
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Surfing in La Bomba, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
La Bomba is a very popular surf spot, especially for those seeking big waves, as the swell sizes usually start from 1 m-1.5 m/3 ft-5 ft and can hold up to 4 m/ 12 ft. La Bomba is located east of San Juan, the capital city of Puerto Rico and near Sheraton surf site.
It provides very consistent surf and is appropriate for surfers of all levels. In addition, the optimum wind direction is from the north and south and the ideal swell direction is from the north. Furthermore, the best tide position is mid and high tide and the best tide movement is rising tide. La Bomba offers both left and right hand waves and it is great to surf with mid and high tide.
If you hate beach crowds, then you should visit this place on weekdays. Last but not least, the spot provides a number of facilities, including parking and toilets. Note: be careful of sharks, rocks, urchins and rips.