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RE: surfing in Malaga« Reply #1 on: July 09 2006 22:07:00 »
Jacob, we're going to in August - did you get any answers b/c I have the SAME question. Thanks.
RE: surfing in Malaga« Reply #3 on: July 27 2006 08:07:00 »
I was there in last summer in august...they said that you can´t surf there,yea that´s right if you don´t have own board because there is no place where you can rent a board..but there was some wawes about 2 times in a week..not pro surfing but beginner can surf there sometimes.not big wawes though
RE: surfing in Malaga« Reply #4 on: August 21 2007 10:08:00 »
I live just South of Malaga in a town called Benalmadena. Just down the way when the swell is right, there is a spot at the southern end of a town called Fuengirola by Parque Castillo. There are also some fun little waves in front of my house by a beach bar called La Cubana. Being from CA, US, these waves seem small, but some fun small waves are a million times better than no waves at all. There seem to be rideable waves about six to ten times a month. I have been barreled in the Mediterranean sea. You can also go down to Cadiz, just a few hours drive further South, and find some decent waves right as you enter the city. Please contact me if anyone is planning to come to this area and wants to surf, I would be happy to show you some spots. My email is "dustin at naranjaweb.net"
RE: surfing in Malaga« Reply #5 on: November 29 2007 09:11:00 »
My boyfreind and i arecoming to malaga in december hopefully to stay for a bit and looking for ideas on best places to look for easy wee job and spend rest of day surfing.
How have you found Malaga so far? any ideas
RE: surfing in Malaga« Reply #6 on: December 18 2007 05:12:00 »
Heading to Fuengirola for New years,does anyone know if we can rent boards or do we need to bring our own???
RE: surfing in Malaga« Reply #7 on: January 24 2008 05:01:00 »
im teaching my girl to surf round andalucia in jan and feb lets hook up so you can show us some local spots
RE: surfing in Malaga« Reply #8 on: April 14 2008 16:04:00 »
My girlfriends just booked flights for us around May June time. Ive been in and around Cadiz during the winter months before, but as I said it was during winter and the waves were fine. Me ladys positive that there are waves to be had at this time of year as she's was there this time last year. I kind of think she's at it trying to get my hopes up, but id rather not drag the board around, followed by the extra traveling expenditure due to it.
However, if you think there could be a cheeky swell - no matter how BIG, i'll gamble and take the board.....id be gutted to get there, see a swell and not have a board.
Your thoughts would be appreciated
RE: surfing in Malaga« Reply #9 on: July 11 2015 05:07:00 »
Hi, I know its been a while since this conversations were active but i was wondering if there is a place near Malaga where you can rent a board and surf? Im comming in two weeks but I cant bring surfboard and I would really want to try surfing in Spain. If you could recommend some spots that would be great. Thanks