Labrax Bay is an experienced location only. It is the most exposed beach in the guide for Swells and the prevailing westerly winds. It is also tight and best at low tide. For a surf forecast look at Machrihanish on magic seaweed. The swell direction must be NW to work.
Wind suitability: North to North Westerly
Drive west on the A77 towards Portpatrick. Just before Portpatrick turn right on the b738 sign posted Dunskey gardens. Continue on the B738 for about 5 miles. Turn left when you reach a small cottage and kennels on your right. Continue on the track for about a mile. You will pass through farms and probably feel like you have come the wrong way. The route should only be attempted by vehicles with good ground clearance. Please close all gates you encounter on the track to the beach.
Best at low to mid tide.
This is a very exposed bit of coast with a relatively small safe ridable area. There are big swells, rips and rocks. Only venture out if you are experienced and have had a good look at low tide.