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Ours is inland not near a surfing beach so not the sort of thing you would be looking for I imagine.
I think you will run into certain difficulties with trying to put a static caravan onto a new site. Some of the sites (ours included) do not allow re-siting of second hand vans. They want only brand new ones brought on (again it keeps the site looking upbeat).
So, first you have to find a site which allows re-siting. Then you have to decide whether its really the one for you. There's no substitute for travelling to the area you really like then footslogging around them all I'm afraid. That's what we did over several weekends. Its really tiring but you can't make up your mind from looking at websites, brochures, or from other peoples recommendations. Websites in particular can be SO misleading as many of them are made up of generalised pictures of caravans, woodland, beaches etc and when you get there are not actually photos of that site at all! We're quite picky and if we drove up and found a scruffy sign at the site entrance and a run down, disorganised office building, we just drove away. There's no way we would be paying our site fees to that kind of outfit.
That said, everyone's different. If your absolute priority is to be able to surf and you find a site right next to a wonderful surfing beach, you may not be bothered at all about the general appearance of the site or the facilities, and it may well be that you could find a place like that where like minded surfers gather with only the sport in mind and where the site owner simply facilitates them in doing that.
Good luck in your search.