Gijón Surf Hostel is the first urban hostel in Gijón designed for people who love the sea and offers surf camps with classes of surfing, paddle surf, skating, and surf skating.
Sonja Stenger is a certified surfing instructor. She has had an experience for seven years of teaching in Indonesia, Costa Rica, and France.
Alvaro Bravo is a certified instructor of surfing, paddle surfing, and surf skating. He has surfed for eight years and has experience of two years in teaching and six years in working as a beach rescuer.
Pablo Argüellesis a certified instructor of surfing and paddle surfing. He has surfed for 12 years and has experience of five years in teaching.
Hernán has 16 years of practicing skate, seven years of surfing, and two years of teaching.
Manuel Revilla has 24 years of practicing skate and 4 years teaching.
from France, October 2019
I liked the surf lesson with Vicente and the good athmosphere at the hostel
from Great Britain, September 2019
"Best time! "
Really friendly and helpful staff, nice environment. Instructors are experienced and you can feel safe even if you're surfing for the first time. Definitely will come back and recommend to friends!
from Netherlands, September 2019
I had one of the most amazing trips. I love the atmosphere at the hostel. Everyone is very nice, friendly and helpful. When I was there, there was free sunset yoga everyday from 8:30pm which was designed for surfers. The breakfast was ample and diverse.
I just wish I could stay longer and master the surfing skill.
from Spain, July 2020
"A delightful experience!"
The comfortable and embracing environment. Meeting amazing people was a big plus.
from Taiwan, February 2020
The people in the hostel were lovely. Everyone was friendly and helpful. When the Surf Camp part didn't happen, they reimbursed me part of the money, so I was effectively just paying for a hostel. The breakfast was good and went on until 12pm.
from Germany, September 2019
"Don’t plan only one night"
We planned to stay 6 nights. We endet up staying 11 nights there, skipped our trips to Paris and Lille, as well as all our busses to stay some more nights.
I think I don’t need to say anything else, if we accept to hitchhike 2500km to Germany just to stay a little longer.
The hostel atmosphere ain’t like a hostel, it’s more like a home, where everyone is welcome.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a surf professional, a beginner or don’t surf at all, there’s always somebody to have a talk with.
The beds are nice, the hostel is clean, the hostel crew is more than great, the location is wonderful and there is even a turtle in the garden of the hostel.
You’ll want to stay longer, I promise. We were definitely not the only ones extending the stay for “only one more night”.
Guillermo Freire Donado
from Spain, September 2018
"4 days wonderfull"
the hostel workers.
surf instructor alex: He was very attentive to the group, he always arrived on time, he drove us in a van to a beach with waves.
the hostel was very clean