Surfing in Northeast Coast England
The North East Coast of England has a wide range of waves that are lit up by arctic north swells that can reach this part of the coast at any time of the year. There are also rare SE swells generated by low pressure systems on the North Sea that can produce some quality waves. The best time of the year to surf in this area is during autumn or winter when the waves are bigger and more consistent making the reefs, points and beach breaks to work with proper conditions compared to the muchy summer waves that are ideal for beginners.
Best surf spots in Northeast Coast England
The most well known surf spots in the area are Bamburgh, Beadnell Bay, Marske to Tees, Redcar, Saltburn Beach, Seaton to Blyth, South Shields, Steely Beach, Sunderland, Tynemouth - Longsands and Whitley Bay.
Check surf pictures of the Northeast Coast of England at #surfengland.