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RE: Surf in San Sebastian« on: August 03 2007 18:08:00 »
I will be in San Sebastian in September. I'm just wondering if you have any good leads for places to stay. I would like to stay for a week if the surfing is good.
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #1 on: August 03 2007 18:08:00 »
I will be in San Sebastian in September. I would like to stay for about a week. I'm traveling sola so it would be nice to make some surf friends to explore the waves and the town with. Also, if you know of a good and somewhat inexpensive place to stay, please let me know. Last time I was in San Sebastian (2001) I stayed in a hostel which was fine. I didn't surf then, but I had a good time celebrating St.Patrick's Day Spanish style!
Any info you have on board rental shops, etc. would be much appreciated!
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #2 on: March 17 2008 17:03:00 »
g'day isi i am from oz read your post on San seb; i have a question or two so here goes; i am curriently learning Spanish and i surf...i hear that san seb you can stay at places and learn the lingo like a boarding school...is this true and is their any chance of surf instructor work and work in general for a travelling soul surfer...
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #3 on: June 01 2011 05:06:00 »
Hey i am heading to san sebastian with my girlfriend beginning of august for a week looking for somewhere resonable to stay and possibly someone to surf with hope it will be good curreently lving on the west coast of oz.
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #4 on: June 01 2011 09:06:00 »
Come and stay at Urban house. Great Crew, can show you the town, do tapas tour, party if you like and surf with me (oz vic). I work at Urban house and loving it!
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #5 on: April 07 2016 18:04:00 »
HI, I AM LOOKING AT STUDYING NEAR SAN SEBASTIAN. I HAVE BEEN SURFING FOR A FEW YEARS AND WOULD CLASS MYSELF AT A LEVEL BETWEEN BEGINNER AND INTERMEDIATE, LEANING MORE TOWARDS INTERMEDIATE.
DOES ANYONE KNOW IF THERE ARE BREAKS SUITABLE TO MY LEVEL IN THE AREA, TAKING INTO ACCOUNT I WONT HAVE A CAR AND WILL BE TAKING PUBLIC TRANSPORT WITH MY BOARD :S
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #6 on: April 22 2016 06:04:00 »
Hey you guys ! so surfing in San Sebastian is actually pretty awesome. I know a travel agency that you can contact and they will take you on a 7 day trip to surf through San Sebastian and on the coast of basque actually. I went with them and it was crazy fun. You would be riding in a van and camp out at the best prime surf spot and get food as well pretty kick ass. give them a contact they are super friendly :)http://stoketravel.com/trips/van-surfari-spain-france/.
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #7 on: April 22 2016 06:04:00 »
I spent my summer last year travelling around Spain and Portugal and found this awesome trip which takes you up and down the coast of France and Spain. Its called a Vansurfari and is run by Stoke Travel. Basically its just these guys who love to surf themselves and spend their summer driving people like you and me up and down the coast finding the best waves on that specific day then camping and enjoying a few beers in the evening. Highly recommend it!! I have actually booked a few other trips with them this year now too : )
Enjoy San Sebastian anyway its beautiful and the food is amazing
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #8 on: February 23 2017 13:02:00 »
I'm trying to do an extended surf trip during my off term (currently in college) in San Sebastian between September through December. I was thinking of taking some classes for fun, also to meet new people as I'd be traveling alone. Any advice on places to look for classes or long term apartment rentals? I usually surf in Northern California (where I'm from). But I want to spend some time in Europe and practice my Spanish, so I figure San Sebastian is a great place. Also was thinking of staying in Santander instead, has anybody surfed there?
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #9 on: March 21 2017 10:03:00 »
any one interested in buying a sea front land in srilanka at arugambay - a surfing place suitable for hotel