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Surfing level and where to surf« on: December 30 2017 02:12:00 »
Hi, im planning to go on a surf trip to san sebastian on april and im an intemidian surfer from israel... the maximum wave size i can handle in 2 meters... do all the beaches have huge waves or its for all levels? If so on which town should i stay? Thanks.
RE: Surfing level and where to surf« Reply #1 on: February 08 2018 04:02:00 »
maybe go checkout Cantabria and its sorroundings. The coastline is very beautiful and full of spots that are sheltered since it could still get pretty big in April.
Especially in April your can book a lot of accomodations without advanced notice since it is off season (apart from easter).
RE: Surfing level and where to surf« Reply #2 on: February 12 2018 05:02:00 »
I'm from Asturias (also in the north shore). Don't worry about huge swells; you do have some big wave spots but you shouldn't have any problems finding small to medium size waves too. There are a lot of spots with different orientations to fit your needs. If you've got time to do so don't miss Biarritz and Guethary (in France) and some spots in Cantabria and Asturias.