The North Sea's most famous kite and windsurf spot also gets some decent rides on the mussel encrusted reef when winds die or go E. Longer lefts with a whackable wall, plus some peeling rights. WSW swells are best as Klitmoller is on one of the few bends in the coast and has some protection from SW winds. There's a weak beachbreak inside the bay for beginners. Getting waves depends on the wind being too weak to keep the sail crew out there.
Consistently breaks so it's often crowded. Strong currents, rocks and flying rigs to avoid. All facilities in Denmark's surf central. No freecamping the carpark -police hand out huge fines.