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Topic: fuerteventura any info?
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Topic: fuerteventura any info?
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fuerteventura any info?

hi! going to fuerteventura in 10 days and just have my ticket to get there! any kind of info about cheep accomodation, or nice and easy spots for a begginer girl...i would really apreciate it! thanks


Island Surf

RE: fuerteventura any info?

Hola Sara,
I have just emailed you some info... if you want more details just get back to me and I´ll reply as soon as I can !


Ildiko Vass-Talmage

RE: fuerteventura any info?


My name is Ildiko. I am planning to go to Fuerteventura to surf for 7 days... I got two choices... one to go with a prebooked package close to Correlajo or find something on my own.  I was wondering if you could advise on the breaks near this area and if you have any recomendations for cheap accomodations that is safe for a female travelling alone.  Is the north area suitable for beginners? I have surfed before in Hawaii but it I haven't been out in a long time.  So, I consider myself a beginner once again... I need to make a decision by Tuesday Jan 10, 2006.  Thank you for your help.


RE: fuerteventura any info?

Contact the guys from homegrown.es surfschool! (ask for Robien)  they have a house in corralejo were you can stay cheap if there are places free! There are just some surfers from all over europe staying there and it is a lovely chilli' place.A supermarket is just 20m away...


RE: fuerteventura any info?

Maybe you can go with them to some surfspots in el cotillo or playa blanca.
In corralejo is just one spot for beginners called rocky point but you need reef shoes because of walking out over sharp rocks!
A little more outside in the south of corralejo is flag beach, but you have to ask for the swell and wind forecast fist because flag beach and playa blance are just good with wind swell or if cotillo is to big. Rocky point is good at low tide and when big swell is on north shore - flag beach too! Look for a tide table in a surfshop and ask for swell forecast!
the north shore in fuerte is very rocky - nothing for beginners!

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