Mundaka Apartments

Mundaka Apartments & Surf School - Spain

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Surf Skill

Beginner - Intermediate

Star Rating

Mid-Range

Price Range

Per night

Season

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Mundaka Surf Shop/School has beenoperating since 1985 and has recently expanded the operation toaccommodate all ages and levels of surfer.   Very popular with learner surfers as they are taken to surf the safe beach at the estuary of Mundaka.
La Curva Surf School - Spain

La Curva Surf School - Spain

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Surf Skill

Beginner - Intermediate

Star Rating

Budget Surf Trip

Price Range

Per person

Season

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

In the gorgeous foothills of the Picos de Europa, the La Curva Surf School is a great spot for families, couple and solo travellers alike. With several hotels in the area, packages can be formulated from budget to 5*.

Region Information

With beach breaks, river mouths, reef breaks and waves for every level of surfer, Spain has become a popular destination for European surfing. Depending on the swell size and direction, waves can range from perfect waves to learn on, to some of the best rides in Europe.

Enjoy some of the incredible Spanish cuisine as well as their world famous rum cocktails and delicious wines. San Sebastien is regarded as The Basque country’s culinary headquarters and is famous for “the best tapas in the world”. The northern Coast of Spain is where all the waves are. There is bay after bay to be explored all along the coast from the magical town of Mundaka to Pantin on the most north-western tip of the country. Thousands of cultural, music and surf festivals happening across the country throughout the year there is no shortage of entertainment when you’re not surfing.

Spanish Favourites

Loredo is located in the state of Cantabria. A wide variety of beaches produce huge stretches of easily accessible waves for beginner to advanced surfers.  There are point-breaks and reef breaks for the experts and the surf is pretty consistent all year around although the waves are at their best during autumn and spring. Views of the coastline from the water are breaktaking.

San Sebastian boasts one of the best in-city beaches in Europe. The surf gets crowded but there are some fun waves, usually manageable even if the swell in the Bay of Biscay is huge.

Zarautz is just along the north coast of Spain not far from San Sebastian, it’s a big sandy bay with lefts and rights, perfect for all levels and works well on a south wind.  A fun place to be in the summertime when there are plenty of fiestas and an abundance of bars & restaurants.

Mundaka is a fast, barrelling left-hander, the locals are heavy and the wave is even heavier when big.  When it’s on, it’s considered the best left in Europe.  The fishing village of Mundaka is very picturesque but very small so you are advised to book before you get there.


Where to stay

With surf schools, surf tours, surf camps and private apartments we have easy accommodation taken care of for when you’re heading to the Spanish coastline for a surf.

Surf Camps: For those who want a place to stay and hangout with likeminded surfers.

Surf School: If you want the complete package of lessons and accommodation.

Private apartments: Self-catering apartments perfect for families or groups.

Go Exploring

Get yourself signed up for a surfari and be guided around Cantabria with a qualified surf coach and lifeguard. Surfaris are for surfers of an intermediate and advanced level.

The largest and most consistent swells will come through between September and May and starting from October through to the end of May you will need a minimum of a 4.3 wetsuit. July to September the water heats up at which point boardshorts and a t-shirt are all you’ll need.

The northern border of Spain is located atop of the Pyrenees Mountains and is therefore subject to changeable weather conditions unlike the rest of the country which is mostly arid and sun soaked.

 

Spain

San Sebastian boasts one of the best in-city beaches in Europe. The surf gets crowded but there are some fun waves, usually manageable even if the swell in the Bay of Biscay is huge.

Zarautz is just along the north coast of Spain not far from San Sebastian, it’s a big sandy bay with lefts and rights, perfect for all levels and works well on a south wind. A fun place to be in the summertime when there are plenty of fiestas in the local bars.

Mundaka is a fast, barrelling left-hander, the locals are heavy and the wave is even heavier when big. When it’s on, it’s considered the best left in Europe. The fishing village of Mundaka is very picturesque but very small so you are advised to book a hotel before you get there.

Bakio is situated not far from Mundaka; it’s a left and a right beachbreak suitable for all levels of surfing. It holds up to solid 8 foot.

Santander / Loredo is located in the state of Cantabria. A wide variety of beaches produce huge stretches of easily accessible waves for beginner to advanced surfers. There are point-breaks and reef breaks for the experts and the surf is pretty consistent all year around although the waves are at their best during autumn and spring.

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