Area: Kitesurfing in Wales.
Borth is a small seaside town with a few shops, cafes, an amusement arcade and ice cream. There’s plenty of room to launch and land kites. On a high wind day you’ll find big waves if you venture out, and on light wind days it’s mainly small choppy waves.
Borth will work on anything from S, clockwise all the way round to N.
If the wind swings Easterly go down to Ynyslas there's a fab lagoon that comes up you can kite on. Don't wait until low tide though or it'll be empty.
We're not sure about the tide states at Borth, if anyone could help us out we'd be grateful.
On a high wind day you’ll find big waves if you venture out, and on light wind days it’s mainly small choppy waves.
It's about half a mile back into the village if you need to replenish your energy levels before driving home. Go to Sands cafe. The food is good, not over-priced and the service is great.
- Car parking
- Coastriders Kite School at nearby Aberdovey
- Toilet facilities at nearby Ynyslas
- YHA at Borth
- Groynes as you approach the sea
- A few rocks as you walk down to the beach.
- The occasional dog, let off the lead to play with your kite!
Getting There & Parking
Parking is near the golf course. It's on the junction before going down to Borth village and turning down the road towards Ynyslas nature reserve. Cost is £1-£2 for the whole day.
Postcode for sat nav purposes is SY24 5JS.
Weather Forecast & Live Readings
I'm hoping at some point to get a decent feed into the site for weather, but until then here's a link to 7 day wind forecast for Borth.
And if you're wondering if it's on right now, I think this is the best resource: Latest hour by hour wind readings, Trawsgoed.