The Best Surfing Spots for Beginners in Portugal

The Best Surfing Spots for beginners in Portugal Beautiful Portugal is, hands down, one of the best-surfing destinations in the world. Just to have an idea, the World Surfing League (WSL) organizes a stage of the World Professional Surfing Championship Tour at Peniche and one of the Big Wave Championship Tour in Nazare. It does […]

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Surfing in Morocco: The Taghazout and Tamraght Region

The first time I heard about surfing in Morocco was a story at a surfing magazine in the late ’80s. In short, it was Tom Carroll and Gary Elkerton ripping perfect right-hand point breaks. At that time, I didn’t know anything about it: what breaks were that and where it was in Morocco. I was […]

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Lisbon Surf City

Portugal offers world-class waves, being one of the best European surfing destinations. There are all kinds of waves along its 1.230 km of coastline in continental Portugal – from classic point-breaks and A-frame beach-breaks to Nazare’s giant waves. The World Surf League (WSL) held a professional surfing competition every year at Supertubos in Peniche. Not to […]

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El Salvador

A surf-trip to El Salvador is possibly the best cost-benefit option among destinations in Central America. Despite being the smallest country in Continental America, with just 300km of coastline, it offers a bunch of World Class surfing spots. Mostly right-hander point breaks. Also, it has tropical weather and warm water year-round. The coast of La […]

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Surfing in the Mentawai Islands

For a surfer, paradise is called Indonesia! The Republic of Indonesia is an archipelago with more than 13.000 islands in the Indian Ocean. It receives, consistently, swells from the south. Its many surf spots offer such a variety of perfect waves like no other place on Earth. From the worldwide famous Uluwatu, G-land and Desert […]

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