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Any Good Surf Spots« on: March 02 2006 01:03:00 »
Hey my name is austen I am an intermediate rider from california I will be staying in madrid for a month this june and i wanted to know if anyone knew of any good surf spots in spain and also what type of wetsuit i should bring any suggestions would be appreciated
RE: Any Good Surf Spots« Reply #1 on: March 02 2006 02:03:00 »
there is no break in madrid!
RE: Any Good Surf Spots« Reply #2 on: March 02 2006 06:03:00 »
He didnt say Madrid he said, Spain....
Yes theres lots of Spanish surf spots.
A surf guide to Europe should tell your this site or other surf sites
RE: Any Good Surf Spots« Reply #3 on: March 16 2006 11:03:00 »
I´m from Ireland, though in Leon, (3/4 hours north of madrid) at the moment studying Spanish! I´m about an hour and a half away from some really good beaches,lots to choose from it´s just finding the right one on the right day, though can´t say yet which one is worth the trip as haven´t gone yet! The city gijon has a beach though don´t know how good the waves are, it would be direct on the bus from Madrid! Im heading up there 1st of April to check it out! Also headin up to a small town called Tapia in asturias during semana santa for check out a surfing competion, so must be swell there as well ! If you can make it up to the basque region, san sansebastion or mundaka is worth checking out! Well good luck, yourmore land locked then I am, I´m hoping I´ll sort myself out pretty sooon!
RE: Any Good Surf Spots« Reply #4 on: March 18 2006 05:03:00 »
i am from spain. You must surf in the noth of spain. You can go from Mdrdid to Basque country. but it akes 4 hours of travel. There is Asturias or Cantabria (5h) and Galicia (6-7h).
In Basque country there is a LOT of surfers...and localism...but very good waves too.
The watter in north of spain is cold (maybe how in france or south of england) you need wetsuit (4/5). in summer maybe short wetsuit.
Madrid is awful for a surfer : ( ...try to survive and confort with the good and famouse spanish partys