Rippling across the equator for nearly 5000km, Indonesia encompasses more than 17,000 islands.
Surfing in Europe is as diverse as the many languages, customs and cultures found in Europe. Europe is made up of forty eight countries, of these it is possible to surf in more than seventeen. More recognised surfing countries in Europe are Spain, Portugal, France, the UK and Ireland. It is also possible to surf in Sweden, Italy, Denmark, Germany, Iceland and the Mediterranean.
From the long sandy beaches of France to the hidden coves of Portugal, to the world famous surf of Northern Spain, Europe has something for any level of surfer, from total beginner to the worlds top professional surfers.
Consistent surf from the North Atlantic travels to the thousands and thousands of kilometres of coastline, providing surf all year round. However it is the months of Spring, Summer and Autumn that really make Europe a gem in the surfing world.
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Beach front self-catering apartments with unbeatable views of the ocean and old Cotillo town. Perfectly located with a short 5 min walk to the best local restaurants and cafes in El Cotillo. Located in one of Fuerte's top surfing spots. A mixture of 1 bed, 2 bed and 3 bedroom apartments available.More Details Add to Compare List
This deluxe surf and yoga camp is the perfect combination of luxurious camping with healthy food and incredible waves and yoga. Situated at Moliets Plage on the South-West coast of France close to Hossegor, the Basque country and northern Spain. (18+)More Details Add to Compare List
Located in the beautiful Oyambre Natural Park, offering world-renowned waves, lots of fun activities with a chilled out vibe. With family-friendly options as well as being great for couples and solo travellers, making it the perfect surfing holiday destination.More Details Add to Compare List