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RE: Surf in San Sebastian« on: September 27 2005 17:09:00 »
I'm planning on coming to San Seb around the 13th of Oct. for a couple days. I'm travelling around Spain for the month but I want to surf while I'm there...and I heard that the surf's best in the north. It would be nice if I could go surfing with someone. I'd be renting a board...if possible. Let me know if you're interested in surfing with a somewhat beginner. Don't worry I don't expect a surf lesson! Just company would be nice! thanx.
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #1 on: October 07 2005 09:10:00 »
My two friends (female) and myself (male), all Americans, are coming to San Sab next weekend, Oct 14-16 from Madrid. We teach english in the city, but we hope to come with 2 more friends (5 total) for surf and fun! Contact us if you want some company. My mobil is 626786895.
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #2 on: October 12 2005 11:10:00 »
I'm looking to surf in Europe somewhere in Nov. as of now i am studying abraod in italy and it seems the cheapest place to get to so far is southern spain. Does anyone know if the surf is good down by Seville and if not in southern spain than when is it good and how do u get there if u do not have a car?
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #3 on: December 09 2005 09:12:00 »
Shit, I am going to have to learn Spanish geography, I thought San Sebastian was inland. I thought Bilbao was on the coast.
I have to get out more often ;;;;;[
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #4 on: December 31 2005 12:12:00 »
the beach u're talking about is zarautz!
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #5 on: January 22 2006 11:01:00 »
I am in San Sebastian right now and will be traveling throughout Spain and Portugal in the next few months. I am in need of a board, hopefully a 6´5" fiberglass or 6´3" epoxy or something in that range. Anyone out there have an old one that they want to sell or know where I could pick one up? I checked the shops in Biarritz, Anglet and San Sebastian, and the pickings are slim right now.
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #6 on: January 24 2006 09:01:00 »
Im looking at going to san sebastian or the area around there for the summer. Does anyone know if its hard to find work there (im australian and dont speak spanish). Any help would be appreciated.
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #7 on: January 26 2006 04:01:00 »
Hey Joe forget about getting a job in San Sebastian especially if you dont speak Spanish or Basque. Unemployment is really high and the wages, if you managed to get a job, are really low compared to the UK. Make your money here and spend it over there...it's a beatiful city and the basques are really cool people.
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #8 on: January 26 2006 09:01:00 »
Cheers. Will probably do that.
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #9 on: January 30 2006 12:01:00 »
Hey everybody. I'll be travelling through Spain from mid feb- april. I'd love to get some surfing in if possible, but don't know much as far as good spots go. All I've heard is Northern area, closer to France. I'm fluent in Spanish, so if anyone wants to hook up for 3-5 days and catch some waves, enjoy the nights please respond. Ciao...