Surf the Waves

Get into the water with our help

The ocean is a wild, unpredictable place.

Surfing is a sport that combines the thrill of being on the water with the thrill of being in the air. If you're looking for adventure, look no further, and start your surf's adventure thanks to our schools and instructors.

There's something magical about surfing—it feels almost like flying when you're out there on top of the water with no one else around but yourself.

When you're out on the water, you feel like you're in another world. You can see for miles and miles around as the sun shines down on you and the wind blows through your hair.

You feel like there's nothing else in this whole big world but you and your board, and that makes all of your troubles disappear.

What You Need to Get Started


First, you need a surfboard. You can shop around and find one that suits your style and price range best, but if you're just getting started, we recommend looking for something that's sturdy and easy to use. Those are the two most important things when choosing a board.


The next thing you need is some kind of wetsuit—preferably one that's designed with surfing in mind. You can also buy a rash guard or other type of swimsuit with built-in protection against the cold water. If you want to save money by getting one of those instead, make sure it's made from durable material and fits well.


Paraffin is recommended for preventing chafing. Chafing can happen when your skin rubs against your wetsuit or board, so you'll want to make sure you're prepared for it by using paraffin.


The higher the SPF number, the more protection you'll have from the sun's harmful rays. If you're going to be out there for an extended period of time, we recommend that you look for a sunscreen with an SPF rating of 15 or higher.

Our Tips for New Surfers

Be patient

Surfing is a sport that takes time to master. Don't be discouraged if you don't catch waves right away, or if you don't catch many waves at all.

Protect yourself

Before you go surfing, make sure to wear sunscreen and cover up with a rash guard or wetsuit if it's cold out. Remember you can get hurt surfing, so be careful! Keep an eye on your surroundings and watch out for other surfers (and yourself).

Don't waste money

If you're new to surfing, try renting a board first before buying one of your own—there's no point in spending money on something that might not work for you.

Never underestimate the ocean

Remember that the ocean is unpredictable: there are currents, tides, and waves that could sweep you away if you're not paying attention! If anything feels unsafe or uncomfortable, listen to that feeling. Trust yourself. Also check the weather before heading out on the waves.

Never go alone into the water

There are too many things that can go wrong when it comes to surfing! It's safer if you have someone with you who knows what they're doing and can keep an eye on things from shore in case anything goes wrong.

Best Surf Spots in the World

The world is full of beautiful beaches, but if you're looking for the best surf spots in the world, you need to check out this list:

Gold Coast, Australia:

The Gold Coast is home to some of the best waves in Australia—and that's saying something. With a perfect mix of sand and rock formations, it's not hard to see why this spot is so popular with surfers.

Malibu, California, USA:

Surfing in Malibu is an experience like no other. The waves are big and powerful—but they're also super consistent. You can count on getting a quality surf session here every time you visit.

Santa Cruz, California, USA:

If you've ever wanted to try surfing but don't know where to start, Santa Cruz is the place for you. The waves here are gentle enough for beginners but still offer plenty of challenge for seasoned pros alike.

Oahu, Hawaii, USA:

No list of great surf spots would be complete without mentioning Oahu in Hawaii! This island has some truly amazing beaches (and even better waves).

Puerto Escondido, Mexico:

Puerto Escondido is a popular choice among surfers because of its proximity to other great breaks like Todos Santos Island.

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If you want to surf the waves and you’re thinking of becoming a surfer, we can help you start in this sport or we can make you improve if you have already practiced it before thanks to our experienced teachers. Fill out the contact form below and we’ll be in touch with information about our schools, lessons, levels and advice to get you started.

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