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RE: Mediterranean Surf on the Spanish Coast?« on: July 31 2009 18:07:00 »
I'm gunna be going to muluga on sept 11th, plz thell me there will be some waves. I've never been surfing but I'm a long time skateboarder and snowboarder, and I've never been to Europe either. It would be SICK, to just get like an hours lesson on rent a board out there.
I'm sure I can find a place to rent/get lessons but will there be waves!?!?!?!!??!?!?!? PLZ HELP
RE: Mediterranean Surf on the Spanish Coast?« Reply #1 on: January 27 2010 16:01:823 »
That is funny because I surf a lot here in the med. At least 6 to 8 times a month and normaly it is about 2 meters high and sometimes it gets really big. I agree that in the summer there are no waves. It is like a lake. Winter time is big and nice! It is smaller and less consistant then the atlantic coast, but less crowded.
RE: Mediterranean Surf on the Spanish Coast?« Reply #3 on: October 23 2014 06:10:00 »
Hi, I will be driving from Valencia down south in a couple of days.. Unfortunately I do not have my board with me...
Is there any spot, where I might be able to rent a board nearby?
Any hint would be helpful!
RE: Mediterranean Surf on the Spanish Coast?« Reply #4 on: December 06 2017 10:12:00 »
I just moved to Spain 3 months ago.
I am a beginner surfer, I was able to get 2 great surfing days in at Alicante (El campello) And a GREAT should height day at Gandia. Other days I had to WORK :(, but MSW and Windfinder definitly said there where some more good days!
So not as much as the Atlantic side, but good surf nevertheless!!