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anyone in barcelona area?« on: January 27 2005 09:01:00 »
I'll be living in Barcelona until April, and was wondering if there's anyone from that area who could give me some general tips about surfing.
I've seen surfers in Barceloneta, and read about Masnou on this site. Are there other spots near?
I'm pretty much a beginner, took a course for 2 weeks in summer, so I don't care about pro stuff ^_^
Which kind of board would be best (gonna rent one)? Is a short suit sufficient in Feb/Mar/Apr? Etc, etc... ;)
RE: anyone in barcelona area?« Reply #1 on: January 29 2005 06:01:00 »
Hi there, not too much going on around here, Go south To stges about 20 minutes drive.
Much woth it go to SW fronce ( around 5hours). Drp me an email when you get here and i can get you a board and go searching. But I used to live in Scal for several years and here is even worse that the east coast.
RE: anyone in barcelona area?« Reply #2 on: February 24 2005 15:02:00 »
Actually, I'm going down to BCN late march and looking for a surf buddy too, email me back, I'm going for ten days, till early april with a friend. let me know. good luck, and keep me posted if you find anything. _WF
RE: anyone in barcelona area?« Reply #3 on: March 17 2005 12:03:00 »
hi barcelona surfers,
if youre looking for chilled out affordable accommodation in the centre of the city, try the Welcome Inn hostel, from 35 euro pn for a double room, with tv, terrace and modern kitchen in the centre of town, 10 minutes from the beach! or get your own apartment: Welcome Apartments offer you your own apartment(sleeps up to 8 people) from as little as 60 euro per night.
call steve +34 620 682 682 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
RE: anyone in barcelona area?« Reply #4 on: March 23 2005 18:03:00 »
Hi there Steve. I will be in Barcelona around September studying. I am looking for a long term, at least 6 month apartment for rent. I won't have a need for one until mid October but I am planning on living with other people…around 3-4 of us total. Do you have anything that might suit my situation? Any 3 bed affordable apartments that might be close to the water? Also…any places you recommend to surf out there? Thanks a lot! Lea
RE: anyone in barcelona area? pals playa« Reply #5 on: May 04 2005 06:05:00 »
hey dudes there is a beach at north of Barcelona in Girona.
Pals beach or Playa de pals. up to 2 meter waves in summer and 2 and a half in winter. its the perfect spot in Catalunya.and its also not too crouded.
Surfing in Barceloneta« Reply #7 on: January 20 2007 20:01:00 »
Hi everyone.... I will be in La Barceloneta May10th to June10th 2007 could anyone tell me if it is worth bringing my surfboard over?? And, is there any places near by, if not Barcelona, where the waves are surfable?
RE: anyone in barcelona area?« Reply #8 on: January 28 2007 10:01:00 »
Hey stef, I've been living in barcelona for a couple of months now and i am actually surprised about the surf out here. Its pretty alright. Nothing big but occasionally you have some nice waves around barceloneta. I havnt found a place to rent boards, and buying them is pretty expensive cause the market for surfing is pretty small out here. It could be worth bringing your board down. But dont expect too many waves.