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florida girl to spain« on: August 30 2006 15:08:00 »
Peace and love from florida!
im moving to the basque area in september for a year. I have never been surfing in spain and wonder what are good spots in northern spain? any good point breaks? beach breaks? I have a 3/2 wetsuit, is that thick enough for the water temperature? I have decided not to bring my board and to buy one there, does anyone know any good shapers? or good surf shops in the area? I also tend to favor fish and old school shaped boards, will that suit most breaks in Europe?
RE: florida girl to spain« Reply #2 on: August 31 2006 16:08:00 »
Hermano, gordito ?/ cuanto ?? 4,2 ? tengo un 3,2, crees que es bueno para el invieno ?? cuantocusta un tabla aja ?
saludos de brasil
RE: florida girl to spain« Reply #3 on: September 01 2006 02:09:00 »
There are many surf spots in the vasque country (too many to name here).
You will need a 3/2 un autumn and spring (oct, nov., april, may) and a 4/3 or 5/4/3 & booties in winter (dec, jan, feb, march) as the water can get pretty cold.
There are also many places where you can buy boards at around 350-450 Euros, of all shapes and sizes. Shapers are very good, at least what I know from San Sebastian.
Drop me a line for more details.
Peace and Love from Donosti,
RE: florida girl to spain« Reply #4 on: September 05 2006 11:09:00 »
Hey..thanks for the replies!
Surfboards son muy caro en espana! No tengo dinero por comprar surfboard aqui. Voy a estar loca sin surf!
How about used boards? or renting boards?
Solo tengo un wetsuit 3/2 asi no voy a surfing en el inveirno.
You wont see my florida ass in those friged waters;)
tambien...¿Sabes parque de skateboarding en pais vasco?
Estoy en Espana, ahora, estar practicando mi españo
muchas gracis por los repuestos!
RE: florida girl to spain« Reply #5 on: September 05 2006 11:09:00 »
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San Sabastian« Reply #6 on: October 17 2006 13:10:00 »
So how are you enjoying Spain? Have you been in the water yet?
RE: florida girl to spain« Reply #7 on: February 15 2007 06:02:00 »
You need a 4/3. You can buy a decent secondhand board for 150 euros. Visit the web Buenasolas for all the info about spots. This season conditions have been the best in the last 20 years. Offshore winds and lots of swell. Spanish tow-in riders at hawaian levels with plenty of new spot discoveries.