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RE: Surf in San Sebastian« on: February 11 2006 21:02:00 »
Hey folks, I'm an Aussie looking at studying for 6 months in San S. from early Jan to mid July. I was looking for just a bit of an overview of what it's like surf and weather wise.
I live at Bell's beach and surf all thru winter so cold water ain't a problem...is the weather gonna be nice while I'm there: it doesn't get too cold does it?
And when do the best swells come thru, cos I'm missing the Autumn Bell's classic swell to be over there: I want something!
Also, is it possible to just buy a bomb for maybe a thousand euros to use for road trips while I'm there? A lot of questions I know, but it's good to be able to ask fellow surfers!
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #1 on: February 15 2006 01:02:00 »
Me too - where are you studying? Do you surf i will be there in April
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #2 on: February 15 2006 01:02:00 »
Me too - where are you studying? I will be there in April
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #3 on: February 21 2006 05:02:00 »
At the University of the Basque Country... doing arts subjects (mostly languages) what about you? Why aren't you getting there til april?
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #4 on: February 27 2006 20:02:00 »
sounds cool :) I am doing a 6 week language course in the city - it doesn't start til april 10
San Seb« Reply #5 on: March 08 2006 01:03:00 »
I am thinking about studying in San Seb fall '06, I was wondering if anyone could tell me what the weather is like that time of year: re: wetties? 4'3, 3'2? Booties, hood? Also, I've heard its better to buy a board once you get there.... can anyone recommend a good shaper? How often is it good, and how easy is it to get to the beach with a board?
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #6 on: March 08 2006 12:03:00 »
In fall the weather is still pretty good until november, a 3/2 is enough. Then you'll need a 4/3 and in winter the whole kit.
The beach is right there; you can walk or ride a bike ´til the shore. A good place to get a board and a bike, second hand or new, is the shop KMO. It´s a few streets behind the beach. I wish you good waves!
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #7 on: March 08 2006 13:03:00 »
hi, i was wondering if you knew of any good places to stay in san sebastian for a couple of weeks (close to breaks, not super-expensive). thanks for your help.
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #8 on: March 13 2006 10:03:00 »
radical dude I went there last summer andthere are some hotties
RE: Surf in San Sebastian« Reply #9 on: March 13 2006 10:03:00 »
i like donutsand devon bassett