Madagascar is definitely more than the animated movie you've been watching. Besides the wildlife here, you can actually do a lot more. Expect surfing in Madagascar to be a peaceful experience. The surfing itself, of course, will take a lot of your energy. But the beach and the ocean will be undisturbed and uncrowded. What's greater about a Madagascar surf camp is the activities you can engage in your spare time. Why not explore the nearby parks, baobab forest, and nature reserves? Or visit the local communities? Your surf holiday can't get any better than that!
Portugal is a surfer’s paradise. Its huge coastline is dotted with waves of all shapes and sizes, rolling in one after the other, some located just outside lively beach towns with buzzing nightlife, others remote and serene. Simply put, Portugal has something for everyone.
Some of the best waves in Europe are found on the Iberian Peninsula, and Spain’s long sun-kissed coastline is the perfect destination for a surf trip. Any time of the year.
Peniche is famous for quite a few things – long sandy beaches, surfing, sardines, and Supertubos, one of the best beach breaks on the planet. It is also mainland Europe’s westernmost city and one of the best places to learn to surf in Portugal.