Super Surf in 10 stages
The summer is approaching to its peak and there are people who dream the ocean where to relax on the beach under the sun or those who want to swim in a crystal sea or even people who love beach parties. However there are also those people who prefer to ride the ocean and today we want to bring you to discover the best destinations for surfing. So come on, get the surfboard and enjoy a “Surf Tour” in 10 stages and then tell us what waves you prefer. Have fun!
Fuerteventura – Spain
Part of the Canary archipelago, Fuerteventura is one of the preferred destinations for surfers on the African coast, especially thanks to the perfect climate, which ranges between 18 and 24 degrees.
White Beach – Japan
This beautiful beach on the island of Okinawa in Japan is perfect for beginners who want to learn or practice with the surfboard. It is not uncommon to find organized weekend for two days on surfboard during a holiday in the country of the rising sun.
Gold Coast – Australia
In this case we are talking of Surfers Paradise! 70 km of beaches with 4 break points for waves including Superbank, considered the best in the world for the waves created. The Gold Coast is also famous for their hospitality and the entertainment offered to surfers and beyond.
Oahu – Hawaii
When we talk about surfing, the first place that comes to mind it is certainly Hawaii and Oahu (pictured above), is considered the best US destinations for it. The surfing was invented here and it is possible to find some of the biggest waves in the world. Obviously it is recommended only to professionals of this sport.
Bundoran Beach – Eire
In this case the cold water could deter the beginners surfers but the more experienced won’t miss one of the best beaches in Europe. In case you will be tired of waves, you can always reach Dublin by car and spend a few days in the Irish capital.
Jeffrey’s Bay – South Africa
Known among surfers with the nickname “J Bay”, this beach is another iconic place for all those who love to ride the waves. The waves break points are several but the most famous is certainly the Supertube, which offers the highest walls of water in the area.
Costa Rica is a legendary place for surfers from around the world. The best time to visit is from April to October and among the popular beaches we can’t to talk of Tamarindo Beach. The only problem could be the streets, which do not offer the best practicability but it is a small drawback if compared to the spectacular waves that you will have the chance to ride.
Tofino – Canada
This is the surfing capital of Canada. The Vancouver Island ambience is spectacular, with the sea dotted with small rocky islands topped by trees. In terms of waves, there are areas suitable for all levels, making Tofino an ideal destination for every kind of surfer.
Watergate Bay – United Kingdom
This beach is not too known but attracts surfers who look for a quiet place but with good waves. After surfing you can also relax in a restaurant on the beach, eating delicious local fish.
Rincon – Puerto Rico
Imagine to walking on the green hills close to the sea in search of your perfect wave. This is what happens in Rincon, an unknown and quiet Puerto Rico village in the past but today a place of worship among surfers.