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Topic: Surfing in March in Tenerife or Europe?

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Crystal Ra

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Surfing in March in Tenerife or Europe?

« on: February 24 2008 11:02:00 »

Hei there, just returned from my surfing trip in Australia and totally got hooked. Now looking for some closer spots to Estonia, as I am based here. No waves over here... you can do some wind surf and kite surfing though. i do not think the feeling is quite the same as what one gets by wave surfing.

Thinking of taking my son with me and teach him too, but need good conditions for that, if possible warm water, sandy beach and good easy waves. Is there any place like that in Tenerife or does someone knows another spot in Europe, which would have all that? we plan to travel by mid march for one week. As my son has never surfed before I think it is important to make the experience as positive as possible.



RE: Surfing in March in Tenerife or Europe?

« Reply #1 on: March 04 2008 10:03:00 »

Surfing in Tenerife should be perfect for beginners because of the numeurous spots to choose from, though many of the beaches are quite rocky. I´m heading there for the first time tomorrow and going to spend a week. So anyone surfing Tenerife this time, let me know and drop a mail !

Ps. What I checked the swell forecast, it´s going to be big this week, really big.



RE: Surfing in March in Tenerife or Europe?

« Reply #2 on: March 04 2008 13:03:00 »

Tenerife os cool but most beaches are rock based. Portugal is excelent although the water is not as warm but still, really good spots and weather. Let me know if you need more help :)

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