As the capital of Morocco, Rabat is the place to be for surfing, but also a taste of Morocco’s surf culture, surf shops, restaurants, markets, and museums. The best time to surf in Rabat is definitely during the summer and one of the hottest surf spots is Oudaya, so keep that in mind when you’re booking your spot! Reward yourself with a surf camp in Rabat and taste the surf adventure!
From a surfer’s standpoint, Portugal has it all. It’s not just the awesome waves, but also the surf culture, its authentic charm, and the fact that it’s inexpensive that make it one of the world’s top surfing destinations.
With so many waves within such a small area, Bali is a great place to learn to surf and enhance your skills. From first-timers to progressing surfers and pros, there’s a spot for all.
Picture this: flat-water lagoons, medium-sized waves, consistent wind during summer, and a vibrant nightlife, all set against a drop-dead gorgeous backdrop. That’s kitesurfing in Portugal for you!