it works sometimes, we don't have much better spots on Baltic anyway. When it starts to close-upn here or currents are too strong, move 3km west to Wladysławowo,when it just starts to work.
Nice spot for mild conditions, gets unpleasant when winds are stronger. Nice local surfers, allways ready to help - imagine this!
Sandy beach wirh rows of wooden poles (see GooglEearth!) that protect the coastline form erosion & waves. They actually form sand-bars which waves break on. Waves are clean with SW,W wind/waves, and get choppy when wind turns to N.
When wind is W,NW this spot experiences strong current which makes you tired quickly, but wirh s,sw winds currents are much weaker.
Chalupy is a small village on Hel peninsula in the Northern Poland. Access is by car or train.
The spot is 2minutes walk from the road/rail.
|Walk||Instant access (<5 min)|
|Direction||Right and left|
|Frequency||Sometimes breaks (50 days/year)|
|Normal length||Short (<50m)|
|Good day length||Normal (50 to 150m)|
|Swell size||Less than 3ft - 6ft+|
|Tide movement||Don't know|
2.94 miles away
|Direction:||Right and left|
|Frequency:||Rarely breaks (5 days/year)|