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24th Apr 2004
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parking camping cafes toilets dogs
Photo of Horton beach - Horton looking to the left from the Dunes
 by: graf
Photo of Horton beach - Nice Beach at Horton
 by: graf
Photo of Horton beach - Windsurfing at Horton
 by: graf
Photo of Horton beach - Horton
 by: kelvin

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Horton and Port Eynon share the same stretch of sand in Port Eynon Bay. Horton is at the eastern end of the bay and car parking and a grassy rigging area is available just behind the beach.

A perfect beach for windsurfing and kitesurfing, and the surf can be good too. Horton is generally quieter than Port Eynon, but has correspondingly less facilties too. Depending on the conditions, Horton can offer windsurfing to suit all tastes, from long-board crusing to full on wave sailing. Southerly through to NW winds are best.
Sports Suitability
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Surf Conditions at Horton can be Excellent
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Buggying Conditions at Horton can be Excellent
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Windsurfing Conditions at Horton can be Excellent
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Kitesurfing Conditions at Horton can be Excellent
Wind Suitability
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NW   N   NE
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NW   N   NE
SW   S   SE

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Author:Beachguide Comments » Horton
Posted By: graf

Member#: 921
Location: Garnant, South Wales
Registered: 19-08-2004
Last Visit: 03-09-2006

Nice Beach, and now Toilets in Car Park!

I visited Horton on 1st August 2006 and was nicely surprised to find Toilets with ample room for changing in, and sinks that have running water!

The trek to the beach is about 300m and there is a plank walkway most of the way. There is a lifeguard station on the beach.

Quite a few families on the beach and lots of boogie boarders.

I decided to rig up on the beach, and found that the sand is very fine and when windy, your skin is sandblasted.

I am a beginner windsurfer with a large floaty board, but managed to get past the incoming waves aven on a really windy day. Lots of space for windsurfing and very nice scenery.

Coming back in was a bit hairy, but most likely because I am still learning.

I hope to post up some pictures I took on the day.

Posted By: justal

Member#: 1
Registered: 21-07-2002
Last Visit: 19-07-2024

Mood: Just Chillin Dude

Thanks Graf.... I've edited the listing so that it shows the beach has toilets now... Are you sure the toilets were at Horton and not Port Eynon, (which is the village at the western end of Horton beach)?

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