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Topic: Surfing Zarautz/ Mundaka April
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Topic: Surfing Zarautz/ Mundaka April
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Marcella

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Surfing Zarautz/ Mundaka April

Hi, I am planning to be in North Spain in April, for 3 weeks for surfing - beginner/intermediate - is it a good time? Any tips on a surf camp? Ill be by myself/low budget - anyone up to it? :)



By:

zara

RE: Surfing Zarautz/ Mundaka April

Hey. With a level of beginner/intermediate I wouldn't try to go to Mundaka, waves are too heavy there. A nice place to go is Santander, there are many campings and surf houses round the 'playa de Somo'
All Cantabria has nice breaks! you should check around
cheers

By:

sok-heng

RE: Surfing Zarautz/ Mundaka April

hi marcella

where are you going to start your surftrip?
and what about the transport(car, bus, train, ...)

greeting

ps: if you want to, you can add me on facebook...

By:

Hasan islam

RE: Surfing Zarautz/ Mundaka April

In general terms, Spain is one of the safest countries in Europe for visiting tourists. As in any country, there are basic security measures to bear in mind…
Try not to walk around empty streets or poorly-lit areas, and avoid street gambling stalls. Try to carry only the money you need for any one excursion. Take care of your possessions in crowded places such as public transport or department stores. When relaxing in public places, keep valuable objects like mobile phones and cameras out of view.
Prevention is the best cure for this kind of problem. If you need help you can contact the Police on 091.


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