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On & Beyond the Surfboard

Feed your passion for water sports with our captivating surf & travel guides. Read inspiring adventure stories and surf news, and amp up your skills with tips & tricks from experienced surfers worldwide.

Surfing in the Canary Islands: Your Guide to the Best Waves

Europe’s answer to Hawaii, the Canary Islands are a place of endless summer. Off the coast of northwest Africa, the Spanish archipelago consists of seven major islands with year-round warm weather and consistent surf.

Surfing in Spain: Your Guide to the Best Waves

The Iberian Peninsula is home to some of the sweetest surf spots in Europe. With almost 3,100mi (5,000 km) of coastline (the Canary Islands included), Spain is famous for its rich culture, gripping history, scrumptious food, and its surf.

Top Places to Learn to Surf in Spain

Summer in Spain brings to mind images of sun-filled days, incredible beaches, laidback vibes, and a huge variety of friendly waves for beginners.

All You Need to Know About Surfing in Australia

With its world-famous Superbank, Byron Bay, Sydney’s Northern Beaches, and Torquay, Australia stands at the very top of any avid surfers’ bucket list.

All You Need to Know About Surfing in Portugal

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.

All You Need to Know About Surfing in Sri Lanka

Tea and coffee, coconuts and cinnamon, crystal-blue water, palm-fringed beaches, stilt fishermen, and mellow surf breaks. No wonder Sri Lanka is on every surfer’s radar.

Top Places to Learn to Surf in Portugal

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.

Surfing in Portugal: Your Guide to the Best Waves

Doesn’t matter if you are a seasoned surfer or you’re just starting out; Portugal is one of the most surfer-friendly countries out there. 

Surfing in Sri Lanka: Your Guide to the Best Waves

Previously known as Ceylon, the land of tea and coffee, coconuts and cinnamon, Sri Lanka is one of the most reliable surfing destinations in the Indian Ocean. 

Surfing in Morocco: Your Guide to the Best Waves

Having been pinned on the surf map in the 1950s, Morocco is a preferred surfing destination for Europeans looking to escape the cold winters back home, but its legendary waves also attract surfers from far and wide.

All You Need to Know About Surfing in Morocco

Mint tea, tagine, couscous, colorful bazaars, fascinating medinas, bold flavors, camel rides, Saharan sands, and flawless waves… Morocco is a sensory overload!

The Best Kitesurfing Spots in Portugal

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!

All You Need to Know About Surfing in Spain

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.

All You Need to Know About Surfing in the Canary Islands

Sand dunes, lunar landscapes, crystal-clear water, and blue sky; any time of the year. Plus the occasional Saharan breeze in your hair. Otherworldly surroundings only a stone throw’s away from Europe.

Top Places to Learn to Surf in France

The birthplace of surfing in Europe, France is home to some of the best beach breaks on the planet.

Surfing in France: Your Guide to the Best Waves

The land of wine, baguette, and cheese, the history, landscapes, and surf in France are without rival. 

All You Need to Know About Surfing in Southwest France

With surf spot after surf spot, rights and lefts, steep and powerful, mellow and long, hollow and rippable waves, you are spoilt for choice in Southwest France.

All You Need to Know About Surfing in Costa Rica

With both Pacific and Caribbean coastlines, delicious food, and miles after miles of white sandy beaches, Costa Rica, the “rich coast”, certainly lives up to its name.

Surfing in Costa Rica: Your Guide to the Best Waves

With over 300 gorgeous sandy beaches, year-round warm water, steady winds, and consistent swells, Costa Rica is a surfing mecca and one of the best places in the world to learn to surf. 

Surfing in Peru: Your Guide to the Best Waves

Two words: mythical and diverse. Although it would take much more to describe the fascinating realm we call Peru, these two definitely do justice to its tumultuous history, culture, geography, food, and surfing scene.

Top 5 Intermediate Surf Camps in Morocco

Have you been dreaming of surfing the legendary waves that Morocco is so famous for? If you’ve been intimated by their notoriety before, no need to be anymore. Morocco is one of the best places on earth to progress and improve your technique in record time.

The 15 Best Surf Spots in the United Kingdom

When we think of great surfing destinations, most of us picture of a place where the sun is shining pretty much all the time, with palm-fringed beaches, nice weather, and warm water, right? 

All You Need to Know About Surfing in Ericeira

The jewel in the crown of Portuguese surf, Ericeira is often compared to Mexico’s Baja California and Australia’s Gold Coast. Are you wondering why?

All You Need to Know About Surfing in Peniche

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.

Surfing in Mexico: Your Guide to the Best Waves

There’s more to Mexico than sombreros, enchiladas, and tequila. Some of the biggest surfable waves in the Americas can be found on the Pacific coast of mainland Mexico.

All You Need to Know About Surfing in Hawaii

While other locations may have been the true birthplaces of surfing, one thing’s for sure – Hawaii is the spiritual home of surfing and the birthplace of modern surfing.

What Is Your Surf Level?

What level of surfer am I?” is a question that inevitably pops up when deciding where to travel, when to go, and what surf camp to choose.

Surfing in Hawaii: Your Guide to the Best Waves

Hawaii is the most isolated landmass on the planet, a chain of volcanic islands exposed to all swell and wind directions. For surfers, this means one thing: year-round waves for all skill levels.  

Surfing in California: Your Guide to the Best Waves

The capital of surfing in the USA, California is the birthplace of surf culture. This stretch of coastline is home to some of the world’s most famous waves and surf towns.

Surfing in Australia: Your Guide to the Best Waves

To call Australia a surfing mecca is already somewhat of a cliché. Surfing is deeply rooted in Australian culture, and the country is home to some of the world’s best surfers and waves. 

Waves for Intermediate Surfers in Indonesia

Are you ready to charge bigger waves that pack more power, work on your aerials and turns on challenging sections, and hone your tube riding skills? Indonesia is one of the best places on the planet to improve your surfing.

Surfing in Indonesia: Your Guide to the Best Waves

The world’s largest archipelagic state and the third most biodiverse country in the world, Indonesia is Asia’s surfing capital. 

The Best Kitesurfing Spots in Brazil

Samba, carnivals, football (soccer), capoeira, the Amazon…there are many things that come to mind when thinking of Brazil. But the world’s fifth-largest country is also chock-full of kitespots.

Surfing in the Philippines: Your Guide to the Best Waves

Encircled by the Pacific Ocean, the Celebes Sea, the Philippine Sea and the South China Sea, The Philippines consists of 7,107 islands. Each of them is home to potential surfing spots.

All You Need to Know About Surfing in the Mentawai Islands

Featured in countless surf movies and magazines, with perfect waves and endless barrels, the Mentawai Islands are one of the most sought-after surf trips on the planet.

Your Guide to the Best Surf Spots in Lombok

Although only a stone’s throw away from Bali, Lombok is very different from the hustle and bustle of its big sister. Still free from mass tourism and over-development, it has that raw natural beauty that most of Bali’s coastline has unfortunately lost.

The Beginner’s Guide to Surfing in Colombia

Colombia is a spectacular land of variety and opportunity. It almost seems as though, no matter where your interests lie, the country always has something to offer. 

Taghazout vs. Tamraght: Where Should You Go Surfing?

In Southern Morocco, where the deserts, argan plantations, and the Atlas Mountains meet the Atlantic Ocean, two sleepy fishing villages turned international surfing hotspots attract wave chasers all throughout the year.

Surfing in the Maldives: Your Guide to the Best Waves

Imagine surfing a perfectly-peeling wave all by yourself, one that has hardly ever been touched before, perhaps not even named yet. 

Surfing in Fiji: Your Guide to the Best Waves

Who hasn’t heard of the legendary waves at Cloudbreak, Restaurants, and Frigates, three of the best left-handers on the planet, and dreamed about surfing them or at least having a peek at the pros?

The 6 Best Surfing Destinations in South America

South America is home to truly epic surf. With over 144,000 miles of coastline and just about every kind of wave imaginable, you can really take your pick. Most surf spots are never too crowded, and the countries are budget-friendly too.

Surfing in Thailand: Your Guide to the Best Waves

A world of extremes, where noisy cities meet authentic street markets and luxury seaside resorts are intertwined with deserted beaches, Thailand is a popular travel destination for many reasons. Unfortunately, surfing is not one of them. Yet!

All You Need to Know About Surfing in Lombok

Nestled between Bali and Sumbawa, Lombok has long lived in the shadow of its western neighbor. Referred to as Bali’s sister, the two are often compared while there are, in fact, more differences between them than similarities.

The Best Surf Spots in Victoria, Australia

Australia is a magnet for surfers, and Victoria makes no exception. The seductive beaches and powerful waves close to Vic’s vibrant capital of Melbourne are a gold mine for adrenaline junkies.

The Best Surf Spots in Western Australia

Besides kangaroos and koalas, surfing is also one of the first things that come to mind when thinking about Australia. 

All You Need to Know About Surfing in Bali

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.

The 5 Best Surfing Destinations in Asia You Need to See in Your Lifetime

We can all agree that Southeast Asia is a surfer’s paradise! It’s not just the surf breaks, but also the beaches, the weather, the people and all those little things that make a surfing destination highly sought after by surfers. 

Surfing in Bali: Your Guide to the Best Waves [Infographic]

Also known as the ‘Island of 1,000 Temples’, locals believe Bali is blessed by the gods. With 271 miles (437 km) of coastline, idyllic beaches, epic barreling waves, a surfer-friendly community, and laid-back atmosphere, it certainly seems to be. 

Top Places to Learn to Surf in Indonesia

Indonesia is a coveted destination among wave enthusiasts, and one of the best places in the world to learn to surf. 

5 Awesome Things to Do in Portugal When You’re not Surfing

Portugal is a surfer’s paradise. It has hundreds of surf beaches, it has Nazaré, the biggest wave ever surfed, and a laid-back surfing community.

The Best Surf Spots for Beginners in Argentina

Surf’s up all over the world now that summer is at its peak. Surfboards and sunbathing have already become the norm on beaches around the globe, and seaside towns are reaping the benefits, including Argentina’s lush coastline.

Surfing in Cuba: Riding the Winds of Change

There’s more to Cuba than mojitos and Che Guevara. Far beyond the country’s quintessential symbols, its colonial architecture, hand-rolled cigars, Spanish guitars and African drums echoing in the streets, lie fantastic diving spots and… some sweet surfing!

20 Interesting Facts About Portugal

Any surfer knows that Portugal is a wonderful surfing destination. But then again, with 586 miles (953 km) of coastline and a lovely weather all year round, there wasn’t really any doubt there. 

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