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Port Logan Bay

Port Logan

Port Logan Bay was the set of the BBC series 1000 Acres of Sky. Its draw dropping beauty and truly spectacular sun sets all add to the atmosphere of kite surfing at this truly beautiful location. The bay faces west and is fully exposed to the Irish sea so can occasionally generate a nice swell. The further northern bays such as Labrax and Kilatringham perform better in a northern swell but if it is a southern swell here is the best spot.

On a full tide the old harbour wall creates a small sheltered lagoon making this location brilliantly versatile in the right conditions.
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Useful information

Wind suitability:

South West to North West

Access:

Car park on edge of the beach.

Tides:

All tides.

Dangers:

There are a few bands of large rocks which are worth checking at low tide. The rocks are large and frequent enough to pose a significant risk. Best at low or full tide.

Port Logan Bay