Carolines CafeCafé • Ireland
Best Irish *brei you can get!!! - *breakfast
Surf camps as they should be, since 2005.
Long beautiful beach break! And since we like water, the rain is not a problem...
From the old part of town, take the walking trail up to Castelo dos Mouros. Make sure to start before 6 pm so that you get to the top before they close the inside of the castle!
Have a look at both the right and the left side of the beach before you go surfing. There is a strong current on the left end of the beach which gives you a good lift out, but be careful if you are a
Best view of the surrounding areas. Have a walk down the narrow roads of the old town and feel the historic prescense.
Head down the serpentine road, stop at the last right turn by the palm trees, have a seat on the benches for the best view, or why not jump in there and surf yourself?
Good beach break right at the estuary. Facing the coastline, go to the far left end of the town, walk over the bridge and head down to the sea. Enjoy!
Great beach for surfing. Summer is best for beginners. Autumn and winter is more suitable for experienced surfers. And the left part is a nude beach!
A brilliant get-away when surfing in northern Spain if the water is flat. Just over an hour's drive from Santander or San Sebastian.
If you're taking the ferry to Siargao make a run for it. The last boat is at noon and no waiting for delayed flights.
If you made a run for the Siargao Ferry and missed it there are not many options to stay at. We found the Tavern to be the "best pick" before we quickly got on the boat the following morning.
Naked strip of sand right on the reef, stop here for lunch and a rest when surfing one of the nearby breaks.
Incredible wave when it goes off. Come here to break your neck or watch the locals go for glory.
Beautiful beach break - easily accessible with plenty of space. Can present a very impressive lineup in September-October.
Next to the barreling pipeline left that we leave to kamikazes and daredevils there is a great spot with right hand waves that are excellent for beginners.
Fun place if there is some good wind swell coming in, but watch out for the many boards and bodies in the water. If you want to get away from the crowds visit
One of Bali's prime surfing spots. Easy to get bruised by the reefs if you don't know what you are doing - you find some warung's on the top of the cliffs offering good views and decent food for the n
One of the most beautiful breaks we have surfed, can get BIG.