Kerala surf is the best in India. This town hosts the two upcoming surf hubs of the whole subcontinent in Varkala and Kovalam…
Surf Destination guides
From Bingin Beach to Sennen Cove, San Clemente to Taghazout, the Silver Coast to Sri Lanka, The Surf Atlas offers ultimate guides to the world’s best breaks, beaches, and surf towns.
Domburg surf is among the most consistent in the Netherlands, thanks to good exposure to a wide swell window. Check this guide for more info.
Scheveningen surf is the most popular in the Netherlands. Check our complete guide to learn about the spots, seasons and surf hotels here…
There are countless surf camps in Spain to pick from. This guide can help you choose the ones that are riding high for 2023.
Hoddevik surf is one of the jewels of the Norwegian surf scene. Check this guide to learn all about this scenic Scandinavian surf spot…
Each year we run skim off the crème-de-la-crème of surf camps in Europe to showcase the pads that we think are doing things just right…
Surfing in Lofoten is life-affirming stuff. You’ll venture beyond the Arctic Circle to waves that break under colossal mountains clad in snow. Unstad is the star but there’s loads to get through.
Cronulla surf is great for escaping the busy beaches of the Sydney CBD, but it’s not only about thinning out the crowds.
The Teardrop of India is a surf mecca. Reef breaks so see-through they’re like cling film meet beginner waves that are perfect for learning. Our guides range all across the popular south-west coast and Arugam Bay, but also go to lesser-known Sri Lankan surf towns like Ahangama and Hiriketiya (our fav!).
We went to Sri Lanka in 2022 to seek out the hottest new Sri Lanka surf camps for 2023. Here’s the 10 shortlist we came up with…
Matara surf is all about getting in a tuk-tuk and exploring nearby spots, whether that’s Mirissa’s reefs or the sand-bottomed breaks of SK Town.
Tangalle surf isn’t the best on the island but you do get stunning hotels and access to some great breaks by tuk-tuk.
Ahangama surf offers reef breaks with rippable lefts and right alongside multi-peak beach breaks for starters, all on Sri Lanka’s south coast
All surfers dream of New Zealand. It’s known as the land of peeling lefts. Raglan sees to that almost singlehandedly. But we thin of NZ as the land of unchartered territory. From the Coromandel to the frothing beach breaks of Christchurch, we cover the lot.
Wellington surf has enough to keep even discerning experts busy for a week or two. It’s no Raglan but there’s decent variation and consistency on offer close to town.
Gisborne surf is some of the best on this eastern side of North Island, with big wavy bays for starters and even the occasional hollow point.
Christchurch surf ranges from the exposed beach peaks of New Brighton all the way to the right points of Taylor’s Mistake. Check this guide.
Discover the legendary Mount Maunganui surf with this expert guide, which includes information on the town’s breaks and surf hotels.
From Peniche to the Silver Coast to the rugged bays of the Algarve, Portugal has more surf destinations than you can shake a saltcod at. Our surf have in-depth info on the specific breaks that make each place special, along with detailed guides to the surf seasons.
There are oodles of Algarve surf camps to pick from. This guide can help you choose the ones that are riding high for 2023.
Looking for the best surf camps in Portugal? We’ve hunted down the best. Chosen by our in-house surf team who know PT back to front.
Don’t hit the Sao Miguel surf without reading this guide. It’s got info on ALL the top breaks, the best surf camps, and more.
Baleal surf schools are some of the best for beginners in Portugal. The beaches here face north, giving manageable learner waves galore.