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Topic: Surf in San Sebastian

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By:

oscar

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RE: Surf in San Sebastian

« on: March 14 2006 05:03:00 »

For the past 2 summers I lived right at the Zurriola beach, bought myself a nice secondhand board in july which I sold in September for almost the same price (in the second year I kept my board). I studied Spanish and did a lot of surfing. Sometimes before classes (the best waves, less crowd!) and definately in the afternoon I was surfing. In the weekends I recommend Zarrautz, 15min by train, for in summer Zurriola can get rather crowded. France in the weekend is cool too, a bit further by train. Tip: find a student with a car:-)

By:

oscar

RE: Surf in San Sebastian

« Reply #1 on: March 14 2006 05:03:00 »

For me studying Spanish and surfing was the best combination ever. If you're interested, I did my language course with "Linguaschools".

I know at the school they offer surf classes andr weekend trips to France for surfing (in cooperation with a surfschool) and I believe they have some deal for cheap board rent.

Well, perhaps I'll go again this year, perhaps it's time to check another spot. Anyway, surfs up!

By:

mark

RE: Surf in San Sebastian

« Reply #2 on: March 15 2006 14:03:00 »

Hi, I was wondering if you could tell me a good place to stay in san sebastian that is close to breaks and not too expensive.  I appreciate the help

By:

dizzy-krisi

RE: Surf in San Sebastian

« Reply #3 on: March 22 2006 07:03:00 »

hey, I'll spend my summer and maybe longer in san sebastian to improove my spanish and learn how to surf!do you know if there is any pssibility to do a surfing-course?and do you know any language schools?
Krisi

By:

Chris

RE: Surf in San Sebastian

« Reply #4 on: April 25 2006 21:04:00 »

I'm taking a summer course in San Sebastian this summer to work on my spanish.  I was hoping if anyone knew how to ask the locals in spanish where the surfshops were or if anyone could reccomend a good one as I am planning on buying a board over there.  Also, I have a 3/2 full wetsuit, Should I bring it for the summer?  Thanks
-Chris

By:

kim

RE: Surf in San Sebastian

« Reply #5 on: May 08 2006 17:05:00 »

Sarah,
I will be in San Sebastian June 5th-10th. Lets surf together. Kim

By:

Krisi

RE: Surf in San Sebastian

« Reply #6 on: May 16 2006 15:05:00 »

Hey Sarah; im going to study in Lacunza aswell,beginning at the end of june!
Ive been to san sebastian once  and i loved it!though i cant surf yet im looking for some good courses or teachers!any advice?
hope to hear from you soon,hang loose Krisi

By:

Krisi

RE: Surf in San Sebastian

« Reply #7 on: May 16 2006 15:05:00 »

Hi,im going to Lacunza language school the same time you do and I'd tolearn how to surf,so do you have any advice for a teacher or a course?maybe we can figure out something together!
hope to hear from you soon,cheers Krisi

By:

Anne

RE: Surf in San Sebastian

« Reply #8 on: May 22 2006 10:05:00 »

What the best school to go to in san sabastian to learn Spanish and equally important whats the most resonable priced! Cheers

By:

Toby

RE: Surf in San Sebastian

« Reply #9 on: May 22 2006 17:05:00 »

hey staacy, me and my girlfreind are also looking for a shared apartment or something cheap for the summer if we find something we will give you an e-mail or if you or anyone else finds one give us an e-mail if theres room!? cheers, Toby


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