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A long time ago, surfing was a hippie sort of sport. Dropouts everywhere embraced it, making the rhythm of the ocean the drumbeat of their alternative lives. Not anymore! Surfing is accessible to everyone, from eight to eighty and anyone in between! If you’ve ever ridden a wave, be it on a surfboard or bodyboard, it will become an unforgettable experience and for many a life-changing one! The world opens up to further exploration and priorities can change overnight.
During this surf camp you will be accommodated for 6 nights at Laguna Beach Tarifa.
Upon arrival on day 1, your plans are settling up, checking equipment, and introduction evening. On one of the days, after breakfast, there will be other activities for you to choose such as land sailing, mountain biking, stand up paddle boarding, yoga, quad biking, or whale watching followed by a free afternoon and barbecue night with salsa party. On the last day, you will have breakfast before packing and checking out at 11:00.
This surf camp will take place on the beach that will provide you with the best conditions at that day. It usually takes place at El Palmar Beach, the most renowned surfing beach in Southern Spain. Westward facing it constantly receives Atlantic swells from low pressures out to sea.
Beginners lessons take place along the 10-kilometers long beach from El Balneario in Tarifa town to Punta Paloma - wherever there’s a wave. Intermediates and others with some more surfing experience might want to try out the El Palmar Beach or head to Barbate River.
Please book your flight to arrive at Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport (AGP), La Parra Airport (XRY), Gibraltar International Airport (GIB), or Seville Airport (SVQ). Malaga has the most flight connections. From the airport to Tarifa, you can hire a car. If you have a driver license, you can also hire a car.
The rental car situation in Spain is incredibly cheap. It’s often cheaper than buying a return ticket for the bus Malaga-Tarifa or Sevilla-Tarifa (25 EUR one-way), and it’s way more convenient. Of course, there are other options to get to Tarifa by Blablacar. This is a ride sharing website that works very well in Spain.
Check the routes and see if you can share a ride with someone. From the airport in Malaga, there are also three direct buses to Algeciras daily at 11:20, 17:20 and 18:50. From Algeciras, there are buses going to Tarifa almost every hour until 22:00.