Times are tough, money for travel gets scarcer but waves still keep rolling in. so why not take a surf trip within the UK, living under the stars in a tent?
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As the boat circles into position on the inside of the reef, its long fingers jutting out from the large deserted headland which towers behind us, the first proper set of the day appears on the horizon. The boat driver’s glance flicks nervously towards the ribs engine, as it rasps and splutters, sending plumes of […]
When people think of surfing in the Channel Islands, chances are their first thoughts will turn to Jersey, which is understandable as Jersey has had a higher profile since the 1960s and has been at the forefront of the development of British and European surfing. Much of their success can be attributed to the quality, […]
From Britain’s rarest waves, to a giant paddle session in the Canaries it has without doubt been a damn fine year for surf and one of which we have been proud to bring you the incredible stories from across the globe. Without further ado here is the very best of our features from the site over […]
Cold, brown, polluted and fickle, but not always uninviting.
Providing the most pleasant climate and longest swell window of all the Western European nations, Portugal’s expansive and exposed coastline has always been a favourite for travelling surfers. It plays host to a whole array of different set-ups, including some of the best beach breaks and reefs in Europe. Whilst the coastal area around Lisbon is […]
If you were going for a leisurely stroll through the Gloucestershire countryside around the spring equinox, you might be surprised to find a convoy of cars, surfboards loosely strapped to their roofs, racing down the narrow country lanes. Inside each is a surfer, perched on the edge of their seats, clad from head to toe […]