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Surfing Destinations
Great Waves all over the World


Here are some of the world’s top surfing destinations. Surfing has become an important sport for those who love the waves of the oceans and bring them so much pleasure.

If you are ready for your next great adventure, is taking up surfing one of your new resolutions? Would you like to check off some the greatest surf destinations in the world?

Thanks for visiting our page, here you have some ideas.


Bondi Beach, Australia

Bondi Beach, Australia


It is located neat Sydney Australia. Bondi’s name means “Water Breaking over the Rocks” in the language of the aborigines. The first surfing club was founded here in 1907 and thrill seekers have been coming since then.




Santa Cruz, California

Santa Cruz, California


This place in California, is known for the difficulty of the waves. It is the home of the O'Neill brothers, who are who created the first surf shop in the 1950s, selling boards and vests glued together to make a wetsuit.


Kuta Beach, Bali

Kuta Beach, Bali


This is considered an epic spot in the world of surfing. Kuta Beach is where surfing began in Bali with its white sands and amazing palm trees. Today it is a world-renowned resort city in Indonesia.


Surfing Destinations

Hossegor, France

Hossegor, France


Located in the southwestern coast of France it offers fine beach breaks and abundant waves. The area has a better weather pattern than Northern Europe. It is close to Spain, meaning it is close to San Sebastian for even more breaks.


Playa Naranjo, Costa Rica

Playa Naranjo, Costa Rica


Costa Rica is today a real surfers Mecca, with consistent waves year-round. Playa Naranjo is in the northern Pacific coast of this Central America country. It has some of the best breaks and great winds from December through March.


Jeffreys Bay, South Africa

Jeffreys Bay, South Africa


It is considered one of the top surfing destinations in the world due to the great weather and the consistency of the waves. This is one of South Africa's best.


Rincón, Puerto Rico

Rincón, Puerto Rico


On the west coast of Puerto Rico, Rincón is a two-hour drive west of San Juan. For some good reasons it is called the Maui of the Caribbean.


Taghazout, Morocco

Taghazout, Morocco


Located in southwest Morocco, its waves for surfers are best from September to April. Smaller waves are also there during the rest of the year.


Arugam Bay, Sri Lanka

Arugam Bay, Sri Lanka


This relaxed village on the east coast of the island of Sri Lanka has steady waves during the peak season of May to November. It is the perfect place for a quiet vacation.


Tavarua Island, Fiji

Tavarua Island, Fiji


This heart-shaped island in Fiji is home to one of the most famous breaks in the surfing world – Cloudbreak. It is located a mile off the island and the waves are restricted for those checking in at the Tavarua Surf Resort.


Puerto Escondido, México

Puerto Escondido, México


Puerto Escondido is a Mexican Town on the Pacific coast of the State of Oaxaca, home to Zicatela Beach, compared to the north shore of Maui, Hawaii.


Biarritz, France

Biarritz, France


Even before Biarritz became a world class resort and people came to bath and suntanning, locals would ride the consistent swells on wooden planks and palm fronds.




For more information visit International Surfing Association Website


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