Want to learn to surf? Well, it’s never too late.
Of course, there are plenty of things that you will have to learn. And it may take some time for you to feel confident enough to go on your own. Just be patient. Once you’ve mastered the surfing techniques, you can call yourself a full-fledged surfer.
It’s no surprise why people who surf say it’s one of the best ways to experience nature. The feeling is hard to describe. They can enjoy the water and the scenery from a new perspective.
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For all beginners, just learning to catch their first waves, these are top 7 amazing surf spots in the world.
1. Biarritz, France
In this elegant seaside town people talk about waves, not fashion. The town is also known as “the California of France”. Biarritz has that summer vibe, laid-back atmosphere and exciting night life. It doesn’t get dark until 10 o’clock at night. So, you can go eat dinner and then go surfing again.
2. Nosara, Costa Rica
Nosara is a perfect locale for beginners to first feel the thrill of riding a wave. It has warm and consistent waves, making it a safe place for the new surfers. After hours spent in the water of Nosara, you can zen yourself in one of the many yoga schools in town. If you enjoy sunsets, Playa Pelada is the perfect place to watch the sun sink into the ocean.
3. San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua
On the list of top 7 amazing surf spots for beginners is also San Juan del Sur in Nicaragua. The village is surrounded by remote beaches with waves for all levels. It is also less populated, so you can practice catching the wave all they long. Be part of one of the best all-inclusive camps like Nicaragua Surf Report. Or, Chica Brava, Nicaragua’s first and best surf retreat for women.
4. Encinitas, California
Encinitas is a world popular surf town, located 25 miles (40 km) north of downtown San Diego. Visit Swamis or Seaside Reef beach if you want to watch how the pros are catching their waves. There are also quieter spots for the beginners, like the north end of Moonlight Beach.
5. Maui, Hawaii
No surfing list will ever be complete without mentioning Maui in Hawaii. It’s the ultimate surfing place. You can also enjoy the tropical valleys, mountains and lush greenery. Though the island itself is known for killer big waves, doesn’t mean beginners should stay away from the Aloha state. Maui has waves enough for every level.
6. South Padre, Texas
Unfortunately, there are not many places in Texas where you can enjoy surfing. But there is one spot where almost everyone can catch a wave. If you are a first-timer and want to learn the basic techniques of surfing, you should visit South Padre Surf Company. It is located on the tip of the Texas coast near Mexico and is run by a husband and wife Gene and Rachel Gore.
7. Bakio, Spain
Mundaka is known as a surf capital of Spain, but beginners usually choose the lesser known nearby town Bakio. The best time to visit this place is in autumn and winter. The good thing is that Bakio has regular waves, so it’s perfect for all who are new in this sport.