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cadiz in summer for a beginner?« on: June 26 2007 16:06:00 »
Hi guys! I read that northern spain woulb be a better destination than cadiz to surf in summer, but I'm a beginner. Is there absolutely no waves at all in cadiz during the summer or are they just not as big as in Northern Spain? What I wanna know, is even if the waves are not big, can I learn to surf in Cadiz?
Thanks for your answers
RE: cadiz in summer for a beginner?« Reply #1 on: June 27 2007 08:06:00 »
there are definatly no waves in cadiz in summer, totally flat, not even for beginners.
go to portugal or nothern spain
RE: cadiz in summer for a beginner?« Reply #2 on: June 27 2007 12:06:00 »
thanks for your answer,
I'm really sad, cause I really wanted to surf. I'll be in sevilla, so could you tell me if you know a place in portugal not that far from sevilla and where beginners can surf.
Thanks a lot
RE: cadiz in summer for a beginner?« Reply #3 on: July 05 2007 12:07:00 »
You need to watch the wave forecast on wetsand.com
RE: cadiz in summer for a beginner?« Reply #4 on: July 09 2007 16:07:00 »
Check out South Portugal Algarve region is the closest surfing area you have. About 3 hr drive
RE: cadiz in summer for a beginner?« Reply #5 on: July 10 2007 10:07:00 »
During the summer season the beaches around costa la luz and practically flat and infested with tourists from the inland. There are a few surf schools around El Palmar if you want lessons or hiring equipment.The best season really is during the winter spring and autum, best to head up to Portugal or south France during this period but expect crowds!