In the first part of the series I wrote about spots in Europe where you can catch some sun and waves in Winter. In this part I suggest which European spots are worth considering as a Spring surfing destination.
Whom and what to pay special attention to this year? Will Gabriel Medina take the third title from John John? Will Europeans enter the top ten? And what will Kelly Slater do? Here are my predictions.
Living in Europe, you can surf all year round. Here’s my subjective list of European spots depending on the season. Part 1: Winter.
5 days, 5 stops and 5 places worth visiting while searching for waves on the Polish coast.
– Supertubos may be the most famous Portuguese wave, but here in Sagres you can surf practically every day, all year round – says Rui, a local surfing instructor.
If your surf reality looks like mine, which means that you have to travel several hundred kilometers to surf, this post is for you. It’s hard to be stoked and motivated between surf trips, but there are ways to survive this time in a productive way.
Here are 4 exercises that will increase your confidence and control in the water after a break, coming to you straight from Sagres – Portugal’s best surfing spot (at least according to locals).
When I entered the gate of Chmielna 21 in Warsaw and saw pictures of Szymon Szcześniak I felt like I came back to Somo for my first surfing lesson.
Here’s the last part of the workout plan that will help you prepare your body for surfing. This time the emphasis is on the muscles that help paddle longer and catch more waves.
If you’ve been an old pool for some time you can miss the water but never the vibe.