If you've heard of Pichilemu, then you've also probably heard of its legendary surf break, Punta de Lobos. Just picture being surrounded by its charm and natural beauty on your next Pichilemu surf vacation. You can relax or play around the black sand beaches and eat scrumptious empanadas while you're at it. And when you want some time out of the waves, you can explore the nearby towns and villages. You'll find that there's more than meets the eye in this side of Chile.
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.
The birthplace of surfing in Europe, France is home to some of the best beach breaks on the planet.