You prepare your holidays with family, friends or solo? So follow the guide, we give you some tips to find the best surfing and surfing destinations in the four corners of the globe!
Surfing the Canaries
Off the coast of Morocco and Western Sahara lies the Canary Islands, a real paradise of surf with dream landscapes and where the sun is the law. Each island has multiple surf spots and this diversity allows you to find isolated beaches, with different breaks. Whether you are a beginner in surfing or a confirmed surfer, you will find a spot adapted to your level Beginners, go to the beaches of Maspalomas in Gran Canarias, long beach breaks, are perfect to learn to ride waves that run for several meters. Ditto in the bays north of Lanzarote, like Caleta de Famara which are protected spots where you will learn surf without stress.
Find your surf spot in Morocco
Morocco is 3600 kilometers of coastline, the Atlantic Ocean and beautiful weather almost all year … In short, an idyllic setting for surfing sessions on top! The beaches extend all along Morocco with varied reliefs that can find as well a quiet beach break as tubes or shore breaks and reef sports breaks to endless rider! Beginner surfers will find their happiness both in Essaouira and Imsouane, a place with pronounced local charm where surf schools are used to initiations on a laid beach break … Surf and relaxation spirit to make your trip to Morocco with your family or between friends a little more sporty! Morocco is also a key destination for big surf with spots like Safi or Taghazout. In Safi, it’s a giant tube that rivals Supertubes and Kirra all winter long that you will have to surf if you have the level and a bit of guts!
Surf the waves of Portugal
Portugal is a tourist destination that is increasingly sought after by surfers from around the world with surf spots stashed in wild coves that make beginners dream as pioneers of the discipline! The west coast of Portugal is a nest with surf spots and the weather conditions are generally perfect for riding the waves whatever your level. From Porto to Ericeira, passing by the beaches of Peniche, you are sure to find some big surfing. The crazy landscapes of the Portuguese cities make incredible scenery for your surfing sessions and the relaxing and festive atmosphere of Portugal will allow you to live the surf spirit! In the south of the country, in particular Lagos which is one of the main cities for extreme sports in Portugal, you will find incredible reef breaks in a breathtaking arid setting.