United Kingdom

Bodyboarding in the United Kingdom, throughout this eclectic collection of countries, is a never-ending dream.

Which is why we at Bodyboard Holidays have made it our mission to take you to its best waves at the best times of year.  You can experience for yourself the most tempting fruits of the UK.

Check out our range of trips below and find the perfect one for you:

What’s it like Bodyboarding in the UK? Alongside our many international bodyboard holidays, we also make full use of our home-grown epic swell seasons. We head to some of the best bodyboarding UK locations throughout the year to give you guys the best chance of catching the best waves at the best times. Luckily, some of the best UK bodyboarding spots are right under our nose and we’d be hugely missing out if we didn’t capitalise on our own country! From the sun-tinged expansive beaches of Croyde, to the wild and windy coastlines of Ireland, and even up to the beautiful AONB areas of South Wales; bodyboarding in the UK is versatile, enjoyable and addictive. What’s more, if you’re a British resident then you’ve automatically saved yourself time and money off flights, parking, train fares etc. Every penny counts! A little closer to base we have the epic bodyboarding beaches of Newquay, not to mention the rest of beautiful Cornwall. Our county’s coastline is fringed with superb surf breaks and wonderful waves year-round. The history of bodyboarding in the UK dates back to the 1970’s, quickly evolving from a grassroots level to a full-blown competitive scene with the UK bodyboard championship taking centre stage. The English Bodyboard Club has also played a major part in boosting interest in this addictive sport. Accommodation whilst bodyboarding in the UK is also varied and welcoming. From campsites to 5-star hotels and everything in between, the UK benefits from a fantastic mixture of accommodation to suit all budgets and preferences. For instance, our Ireland bodyboard holiday traditional coastal home has a sea view whilst only being a stone’s throw away from the beach! You couldn’t get much closer to the action! Ireland Bodyboarding In the north, Ireland’s breaks are perfectly set up for bodyboarding, as we trip to the surf town of Bundoran and tackle all the region’s top spots, such as The Peak, Tullan Strand, Black Spot, Easkey and Lissadell, as well as find some hidden secrets. On this trip you get to experience the thrill of exploring ancient Celtic lands, checking out crumbling old castles, witnessing stunning green vistas, and enjoying the famous warmth of the Emerald Isle’s Guinness-toting locals. Wales Bodyboarding Back on the mainland we journey to the small, rugged country of Wales, enjoying the fun, peeling waves of the Gower Peninsula at Llangennith Beach, a famously long stretch of golden sands, backed by steep green cliffs. This is a perfect place to learn the basics of bodyboarding – how to paddle out through whitewater, duckdive, take off on unbroken waves and cut along, learning things like hand placement and rail control. In the mountainous north, we also run a very unique bodyboarding weekend, checking out the best spots on the dramatic Llyn Peninsula, before experiencing the guaranteed, identical repetition of man-made inland waves at the Surf Snowdonia resort. There aren’t many places you can bodyboard in the mountains! England Bodyboarding Of course, as our home, we run a number of trips around this buzzing base of British bodyboarding. From bodyboard coaching at the famous Fistral Beach on our Newquay weekends, to exploring further afield and enjoying the top breaks of Cornwall’s North Coast, we’ll check the beautiful beaches of Porthtowan and Perranporth, bodyboard one of the top wedges in the country at Tolcarne, and seek out some other hidden spots. With so many spots to bodyboard in the south west, we also host annual trips to the fun peaks and tubes of Croyde and surrounding beaches in Devon, an amazing little corner of the county to advance your riding and experience the joy of riding inside a peeling barrel. A breathtaking area, the surrounding North Devonshire coast is wild and rugged, and looks just as it did when it was carved out 10,000 years ago in the last Ice Age.

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