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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Winter is the best time to reach out to warmer climes, get some vitamin D, some vitamin sea and devour your fair share of tropical waves, so why not do it with the best in the business? We’ve joined forces with multiple British Champion Alan Stokes and Yoga Guru Philly Lewis to host a surf and yoga camp in the […]
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, […]
Feeling out of his comfort zone and very much in unfamiliar territory Germany’s number one, Marlon Lipke, takes on Munich’s Eisbach River wave. Predictably, it‘s carnage! Locals rule here and everyone would quite happily watch a WSL surfer get sucked up and spat out downstream. Headphones or speakers are highly recommended to get the full experience. […]
Surf Checking Britain’s Smallest City
We live a slower pace of life here; flat spells are whiled away with windy walks on the cliff tops or spent conversing in the pub around a log burner, drinking fine Welsh ale.
Here’s our quick guide to surfing the Isle of Wight, everything you need to know about the UK’s largest island…
I’m lying in bed with my foot in a cast from an unfortunate unrelated incident the previous week, wearing only my boxers. I’m attempting my first lie-in in a month, when BOOM a very angry Spanish man boots down the door, screaming all sorts of obscenities at me, holding a kid. His kid I presume. “MAX? […]
So you’re planning on a surf trip but you’re looking for something different from the norm – let us tempt you with some alternatives to the usual hum drum surf mission.
One of the world’s most celebrated surf photographers Chris Burkard recently opened up on his instagram account about the struggles he has faced balancing his work and his relationships. We think they will resonate with many, both inside and out of the surf industry, and in this digital age of constant insta-envy are very much […]
September for French Surfers is the most anticipated time of the year. You know that feeling you get at 4pm on a Friday, then times it by 100 because you’re a surfer who has slogged out a Summer of weak waves and is now surrounded by the World’s best beach break barrels. On a nudist […]
The beaches around Hossegor see the World’s best surfers tear the waves to pieces, whilst the Quiky Pro is in town every October. This makes for great photos, which take-over the surf media for the remainder of Autumn and when the waves are on can shoot an aspiring surf photographer to industry stardom! Therefore, it […]
A surf holiday in France is well known for its fine wines, great food, relaxing vibes and some of the World’s best surfing beaches. The deep Bay of Biscay funnels North Atlantic swells straight onto the sand banks of Hossegor, Biarritz and Anglet. Combine this with year round warm temperatures, France is a must for any […]