Known as one of the best surfing destinations in Europe, Madeira possesses extraordinary waves, but ones that challenge the most experienced surfers.
The Wave in Bristol, UK, is an adventure for traveling surfers. Curious about this wave pool? Check out this new post and be amazed by this place.
Going to Bali and not surfing is almost like going to Rome and not seeing the Pope. If you have never tried the sport or are just starting out, don’t worry. I’ll show you the best beaches for beginners you won’t want to miss.
For the second year, Tenerife holds an event of the World Surfing League European Qualifying Series. Need a better excuse to discover the largest island in the Canaries.
Europe is an increasingly surfing destination. Get to know the best waves in Portugal (and their location) that give glory to the country.
The MEO Pro Rip Curl Pro Portugal brought once again the best surfing in the world to Peniche. Accompany me on this trip to the 10th edition of an event that brings together thousands of fans every year.
California has chosen surf as its official sport. Over 130 years of history now recognized and applauded. Let’s just say: “Surf’s Up!”
It’s one of the world’s surf meccas and a region not to be missed in the United States. Surfing in California is made up of seaside towns, sandy and rocky beaches, fun and technical waves. You just have to get in the car and explore.
Sagres is one of the most beautiful places in southern Portugal. Facing the sea and the surf, there are other attractions worthy of a visit.
This year, set out to find new surfing destinations. From the US, Central America, Africa or Asia, here are five surf trips that will make you never want to leave the water.
The stage of the World Surf Tour in Peniche has already become a mandatory event for surfers or Portuguese fans. The 2017 competition has passed, but this post will help you weigh the pros and cons of a trip to Supertubos in 2018.