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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.

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From neoprene to sunscreen, our surf gear guides have all the info on wetsuits, surfboards, and accessories. We have an in-house team who tests and reviews everything that comes their way.

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Sri Lanka

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!).

Madiha Beach
Sri Lanka surf hotels
Sri Lanka surf camps
SK Town Matara surfer

New Zealand

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 Bay
Gisborne surf beach
Christchurch surf
Mount Maunganui surf

portugal

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.

Santa Cruz, Portugal, Surf
Surf hostels in Portugal
Comporta surf
surfing in Portugal for beginners

Spain

Spain is one of Europe’s great surf treasures. The north coast hits the Bay of Biscay and is one of those rare spots where mountains crash into the ocean, crafting the points of Asturias and giving way to wide beaches in Basque Country. There’s also surf in the south, on the Med, if you believe it…

surfing in Marbella
Sitges surf

Costa Rica

Oh yeeaaa. Costa Rica is the bee’s knees of Central American surf. Tamarindo and the Nicoya have long sweeping beach fronts and surf camps hidden in tropical coast groves. But there’s a short Caribbean saeason and real scholar waves like Pavones on the menu to boot.

Surf hotels in Costa Rica
Costa Rica surf towns
Nosara surf camps
santa teresa surf camps