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Improve your surfing skills with Amanay Surf School in an enjoyable environment and supported by the experience and knowledge of qualified professionals. The island of Fuerteventura has spots with high quality waves all year long suitable for advanced surfers or beginners. During the holiday, you will surf in an easy, amusing, and safe way under the guidance of Amanay Surf School’s experienced local instructors.
During the surf trip, you will be accommodated in Caleta Wave Surf House. Caleta Wave is located in a complex of simple apartments in Caleta de Fuste. It is very conveniently close to the beach and to clubs and nightclubs, ideal for young and dynamic guests looking for a very economical accommodation in the liveliest resort of the island.
The lessons are provided by qualified instructors with their respective official certifications. They will train you and give advice to you, so you are well-informed about choosing materials properly and the conditions of the different spots in case you want to surf by yourself.
Lessons are offered every day of the year, and the school is always seeking the best conditions of the day and tailoring them to your level needs in order for you to make progress in a fast, enjoyable, and safe way. That is the reason why Amanay Surf School choses to locate their center in the best Fuerteventura’s beaches to learn how to surf.
These beaches will help you make progress and put into practice the basic surfing fundamentals in a much faster way than any other beach of the island.
This surf holiday will take place in Caleta de Fuste, Fuerteventura, an island located in the Atlantic Ocean. At 1,660 square kilometers, it is the second largest of the seven islands the Canary archipelago (Spain) comprises. It is also the oldest island and it is only 90 kilometers away from Africa. Fuerteventura’s landscape and climate are strongly influenced by this continent’s.
Fuerteventura’s beaches are ranked among the best in Europe and, with no doubt, among the best of the whole Canary archipelago. Clear and turquoise waters, white and black sands, and kilometers of lonely beaches made an acclaimed director such as Ridley Scott decide to film part of its film Exodus in this island.
Fuerteventura is also a paradise for water sports. Surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing (Windsurfing and Kiteboarding World Cup takes place in Fuerteventura every year), SUP, kayaking, snorkeling, and scuba diving get the most benefit of the island’s privileged conditions which make it a great place to practice these sports all year long.