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Constantine Surfing

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Surfing Constantine

A wonderful golden stretch of sand reaching to Trevose head.  A great surfing beach picking up what ever mother nature’s waves are out in the Atlantic.  Caution must be taken when the surf conditions are rough, however a good summer option particularly when the swell is small.

Surf Spot Quality

A good quality beach break with peaks up and down the  beach, however dependent upon sand banks at any given time as these change frequently due to its exposure to the prevailing swell.  Great beginner and intermediate wave when the swell is small, however in larger conditions wave becomes powerful with strong rip currents and is best suited to experts only.

picks up any south west, or west swells

best wind from the east, south east and north east.

best tides mid to high tide either on the drop or on the push.  Waves generally disappear  on very high tides.

Crowded particularly in summer.

Constantine Bay is located off the B3276 coast road between Newquay and Padstow.  Approx 3 miles south of Padstow or 10 miles north of Newquay.  Follows signs from St Merryn.  Post code PL28 8JJ

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Small free car park with about a dozen or so spaces with mostly tarmac surface  behind the  southern end of the beach.  Additional privately owned car park 50 metres back from the free car park offers ample car parking in a grassy car park usually open 9.30 till 7pm during the summer.

Toilets are available in the Council car park.  There are no other facilities on offer apart from Coastal coffee offering great coffee and light snacks and an ice cream van during summer.  Further facilities are on offer south at Treyarnon Bay a 5 minute walk across the cliffs.

Dogs are welcome on the beaches all year round.  With the provision of dog litter bins for all mess.

Lifeguards are provided by the RNLI Mid May to the end of Sept 10am to 6pm.  Place close attention to the flags and  warning signs on this beach.

Surfing, bodyboarding, swimming , rock pools  to explore and access to the North Coast path.

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