Croatia is quickly becoming one of Europe’s most joyful kitesurfing holiday destination. Consistent winds, natural beauty and gastronomic experience make a wonderful getaway within just a few hours by plane.
The wind in the channel between Peljesac peninsula and the island of Korcula generates perfect conditions for Kitesurfing and learning.
Surfing in England is great all year round. England’s coastline and receives Atlantic swell all year long. In the westernmost tip of England, Cornwall is a surfer’s paradise and Newquay its capital. At the heart of UK’s surfing scene, Newquay offers the best of both worlds, a trendy Surf Camp and a state-of-the-art Surf Centre.
Enjoy surfing in France by exploring countless surf spots along the coast. Surfing in a relaxed atmosphere framed by dreamy pine forests. France is also famous for its great wines and fine cuisine. Countless surf spots from La Rochelle, Moliets, and famous Hossegor up to iconic Biarritz. From Glamping to Luxury accommodations. Superb surfing conditions along 160 miles of the Atlantic coast.
Ireland has become famous all over the world for the quality of its waves, and has hosted a number of international surfing competitions. Ireland offers many quality reef breaks for more experienced surfers, as well as a number of good beach breaks that are ideally suited to novice and intermediate surfers. The months of July, August and September are very pleasant and you only need a 3’2 mm wetsuit.
Portugal is blessed with world-class surf all along its stunning coastline. From the sunny Algarve (Amoreira, Lagos, Bordeira, Vale Figueiras), through Lisbon and Peniche all the way north of Oporto. Best surf camps in Portugal for adults and Teens, offer lessons, surf guiding & cultural tours. Clean beaches, crystal clear water and natural reserves. Historical sites and unbelievably delicious food to make your surf adventure unforgettable.
Surf camps in Spain for all levels and budgets. Spain has basically four surfing areas: Canary Islands and the North Coast of Spain with constant swell all year long, and then the coast of Cadiz in the south and the Mediterranean with less consitancy of waves. Some of the most famous spots are Mundaka that hosted the world surfing tour, La Santa, El Quemao, El Palmar and others. Great waves for all levels from beginners to keen big wave riders.