is a nice long beach break, safe for all levels of surfing.
high tide the surf is generally swallowed up as the water
pushes up onto a steep pebble bank. The pebbles, which
often get pushed over onto the road below after big tides
and heavy swells. Newgale - mart
surf is normally a bit bigger than at Whitesands, a little
further up the coast. It faces a similar direction to
Freshwater West but is alot tamer and never as big or
freshwater West is out of your league then head over to
Newgale for a more manageable session. At low tide there
are normally plenty of peaks to be had - so time your
surf accordingly. On bigger days with offshore winds,
Newgale gets nice and hollow and has been known to produce
Newgale - mart
are often good peaks to the left hand side of the beach
@ mid/low tide so take a wander if it's crowded.
local surf shop - Newsurf do a daily report and also out
hire boards and wetsuits.
is a handy surf check vantage point and carpark on the
left hand side as you come down the hill into Newgale
from the West.
there's a campsite at the back of the beach providing
handy accomodation for travelling surfers. Up in the village
after the bridge, you'll find a few little shops and cafes
but that's about it.