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Where else in the world are your primary concerns trying not to get too much sun and the temperature of the beer? Where each and every day is a cycle of eating, surfing and drinking, and the nights spent partying and chatting and exploring? Where else can you spend your nights in the thumping nightclubs of San Sebastian, but wake up in nature surrounded by rustling leaves and twittering birds? Its a combination of the landscape, the Basque culture, the food, the parties, the waves, the weather, the mother loving lifestyle. Everyones welcome from beginners to the most accomplished surf dudes and dudettes. For beginners or those looking to improve, our surf instructors are fun and friendly and surf lessons are included.
Twin share tent accommodation with sleeping bag and airbed provided.
Wake up to a delicious cooked breakfast whether it is pancakes, bacon and eggs, ham & cheese omelet.
Head to the beach to wash away the headaches (and mistakes) of the night before. A couple of hours of surfing, with instructors of course, relaxing, soaking up the sun, playing beach games.
Once we've built enough of an appetite, it's back to the camp for a to fill up on lunch prepared by our in-house chef and maybe, just maybe, brave that first icy cold beer of the day.
There are a number of different activities in the region surrounding. Stoke Travel can head into San Seb's to its famous pintxos (tapas), go on free walking tours, go horse riding, paragliding, on wine tasting tours and so much more. Or simply head to the beach for more surfing, or enjoy the sunshine from our terrace in all its glory.
Finish your afternoon activities with a cider on the hill watching the sunset and a big hearty dinner to line the stomach.
This surf camp will take place in the Zarautz Beach Camp. Euskal Herria is the name of this place in the local language. Pais Vasco, Pays Basque, the Basque Country. The elbow of the French and Spanish Atlantic coastline is an area filled with culture and natural beauty. Home to Europes oldest language, its most sturdy people, and some of the most incredible vistas your eyes have ever had the pleasure of taking in.
San Sebastian is the jewel on this coastline, the coolest of Spanish seaside resorts, as yet untainted by the filthy mitts of mass European tourism. Here the European, and indeed global, youth come to play, party and surf under the sun. This is a city with more Michelin stars than any other city in the world, bar Paris, and with a population of a mere 400,000, And after? They say San Sebastian has more bars in its Old Town than any other city in Europe, and considering that every second shop is a bar.
Stoke Travel likes to mix it up: banana pancakes, ham, cheese & mushroom omelets, poached eggs with bacon, French toast and on occasion, reminisce with the old toad in a hole. Veggies, no worries they cater for you too.
Exploring the town
If you fly to Bilbao:
You can get a bus directly from the airport to Zarautz, buses leave from the front of the airport at 07:00, 11:30, 15:30 and 18:30.
If you land outside of these times there is an hourly bus to San Sebastian city Centre. Once there the local bus to Zarautz leaves from the street outside very same bus station. From just outside the main bus station you can get the local bus to Zarautz. Fast buses run on the hour from San Sebastian, take 20 minutes and cost 2 EUR. Look out for the Z3, from bus stop 26 on the Avenida.
If you fly into Biarritz:
Another option is to get the bus from the street called Avenida. Fast buses run on the hour from San Sebastian, take 20 minutes and cost 2EUR. Look out for the Z3, from bus stop 26 on the Avenida.
If you fly to Bilbao:
Alternatively, the Euskotren is a good way to get there. Trains run from San Sebastian (Amara) to Zarautz (San Pelaio) from the early morning until about 10pm. The trip costs 2 euros and takes 30 minutes.
If you fly into Biarritz:
You must first make your way to San Sebastian and then follow the by train. To get to San Sebastian from Biarritz International Airport take a French SNCF train to Hendaye, change to the nearby Euskotren station (located just outside the SNCF station) and take a Euskotren to San Sebastian. Each train ride is between 30-40 minutes, with the total train trip costing less than 10 EUR. A coach service also exists between Biarritz airport and the Hendaye train station, via Saint-Jean-De- Luz (change buses there). The coach ride is less than one hour and costs about 4EUR. If you arrive in San Sebastian by local train via Hendaye from Biarritz, the Euskotren is the way to go. Trains run from San Sebastian (Amara) to Zarautz (San Pelaio) from the early morning until about 10pm. The trip costs 2EUR and takes 30 minutes.