x

Brazil - South Surf Reports and Surf Forecasts

Change Region | View our Interactive Surfmap
Conditions Summary
 Barra da Tijuca
Star Star
3ft 11secs 188° 6mph ENE - Offshore - 65°
 Imbituba
Grey Star
2.5ft 10secs 77° 26mph NNE - Offshore - 18°
 Atlântida Pier
Grey Star
5.5ft 7secs 63° 19mph NNE - Cross/offshore - 24°
 Barra do Mampituba
Grey Star
6ft 7secs 59° 21mph NNE - Cross/offshore - 22°
 Capão da Canoa
Grey Star
5.5ft 7secs 63° 19mph NNE - Cross/offshore - 24°
 Cassino Beach
Grey Star
9ft 8secs 34° 13mph N - Offshore - 2°
 Cidreira
Grey Star
5.5ft 7secs 63° 19mph NNE - Cross/offshore - 24°
Add a New Surf SpotRegional Overview
The southern reaches of Brazil provide the country's most consistent conditions and also its most localised breaks. Solid beach breaks the occasional reef and long right points makes this region a popular destination. Extremely exposed to south swells which pump up from Antarctica during the peak April to October season. During winter it is often offshore in the morning but swell is much less consistent. Surfing was introduced to the region by an unknown American who in 1928 paddled out at Copacabana Beach and remains extremely popular. Water temperatures remain a warm 25 to 27ºC or 77 to 81ºF year-round.
Find your Spot or other Local Information:
Silveira Photo Silveira Photo Silveira Photo Silveira Photo
Silveira Photo Silveira Photo Silveira Photo Silveira Photo
Silveira Photo Silveira Photo Silveira Photo Silveira Photo
Silveira Photo Silveira Photo Silveira Photo Silveira Photo
Local News
News Image Under The Weather - Surfing in New Zealand
shot entirely in New Zealand, taking a journey from the far North to the deep South and many places in between.
News Image Gilmore Triumphs in New Zealand
STEPHANIE Gilmore wins TSB Bank NZ Surf Festival in clean surf over Carissa Moore at Taranaki, New Zealand.
News Image Sally Wins Subaru Pro New Zealand
SALLY Fitzgibbons shakes proverbial ‘runner-up-monkey’ off, winning Women’s Surf Festival in Taranaki, New Zealand.
News Image Melling Wins CWC NZ
ADAM Melling clinches first event of the 2011 O’Neill Cold Water Classic at Gisborne New Zealand in solid waves.
Play Button
Play Button
Play Button
Play Button
Play Button
Play Button
Play Button
Play Button
Play Button
Latest Charts
play
Swell Height Chart
play
Swell Period Chart
play
Wind Chart
play
Pressure Chart
play
Sea Temperature Chart