The Bubble, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands! Fuerteventura is the Mecca for surfers off the coast of Africa. With temperate climates between 18 to 24 °C. Tho, you will need to fend off some unfriendly and aggressive locals who will not voluntarily give you a turn on their waves, so go for a paddling race to get a shot at riding the expert right-hand tube The Bubble, which works best when it is a head high to double overhead though a little short for a left-hand ride. #surfing #spot…
Lima, Peru has over 1,500 miles of coastline and though there are a few locals who rent surfboards to backpackers and the pebbled beach and gray waters do not look appealing, it is still one of the most popular surfing destinations in the world as Lima, the capital of Peru, offers some of the best waves in all South America.The waves range from a meter and up, which breaks in three sections – large, medium, and small. These waves are comparable to those found in Hawaii.
Surfing Spots! Supertubes, Jeffrey’s Bay, South Africa. Known to many surfers as ‘J Bay,’ this is one of the most famous surfing destinations of the world located in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. Visit J Bay during the winter months from June to August.#surfing #spot #JBay
Crayfish Factory The factory is home to some of Cape Town’s heaviest, but most exhilarating waves. About a 50- minute drive from Cape Town, the spot is ideal when there is a north or north-easterly wind, so make sure you check the surf forecast before taking on the long journey. The scary right-hand waves that make the Craysfish Factory home can reach 15 feet in height, and have been the subject of terror and anguish for many surfers. Level of experience: advanced #crayfishfactory #surfing…
Eisbach, Munich. The most unusual wave on the list is found on an artificial river next to Englischer Garten, Munich's main park. It's completely landlocked. This one meter standing wave (meaning you don't move along the river, but surf in the same spot) is created by water pumped fast against a large rock, forming a crest. #BestSurfingSpot #Eisbach #Munich
Anchor Point - Morocco’s Most Famous Surf Spot. Anchor Point is renowned for consistent waves at all tides and the clean lines of its surf. Waves start at about 3ft reaching up to 15ft and can range between about 300m to 500m long. "This surf break is a mix of sand and reef bottom with 3 different sections where you can go for cover ups and turns at the first two sections and the last one just gets quite hollow and fast" - SurfInn. #Surfing #Destinations #MustTry
Elands Bay this surf spot in the West Coast is about three hours' drive up the coastline from Cape Town. The wave is best in summer here, when the south-easter holds a westerly creating a perfect left point break. This wave is ideal for the more experienced surfer. #SurfDestination #SouthAfrica #ElandsBay
Superbank, Gold Coast, Australia: Considered to be ‘surfer’s paradise,’ Gold Coast has been known for its 70 km of beaches and four epic point breaks including the Superbank, which is considered one of the world’s finest breaks.
Dunes If you are keen for a bit of mission, head out to Dunes. It is about a 40-minute drive from the city in the direction of Noordhoek Beach. In order to get to the beach break, you will have to trek along a mega-stretch of beach, which will take you roughly 30 minutes. On a good surf day (which requires a south-easterly wind), you can expect solid six to eight foot waves that provides world-class tubes. Level of experience: Advanced #dunes #surfing #spot
Still Bay is one of several bays long the Cape south coast, east of Cape Agulhas, that are constant producers (some of the others being Mossel, St Francis, Jeffrey's and Algoa-Port Elizabeth bays). Stil Bay has a pretty constant shore break in front of the village, but the hotties wait for a big south to south-east swell, when the right-hand point break really grinds. #StillBay #Sa #SurfSpots
Part of the Canary Islands, and the second biggest of them all, Fuerteventura, in Spain, is known as the mecca of surfers. Aligned with Florida and Mexico on the same latitude, the temperatures here rarely fall below 18 degrees or rise above 24 degrees. Surfers should be happy with the weather conditions no matter what time of the year, but October to March is the best season. #SurfDestination #spain
Durban - 'The Bay of Plenty' South Africa's surfing capital. Durban hosts the most consistent waves in South Africa, with regular swells and good wind conditions creating good quality surf. The swell generally gets bigger the further north you travel, and there are plenty of world-class waves for all levels of experience. The beaches of Durban are a great place to get loads of surfing in, as there are waves working in most spots on most days. #SurfingSpots #Durban