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Welcome to OTRO MODO Surfschool on Fuerteventura!
The Canary Islands offer optimal conditions for learning surfing year round. Our surfschool runs surfcamps and surf courses for beginner and advanced surfers on Fuerteventura. We're looking forward to sharing our enthusiasm for surfing and sharing the fantastic beaches of Fuerteventura. Aloha!
Surfing - Surfschool Philosophy
Surfing - a royal sport ...
Learn to surf with experienced teachers and in small groups, and still enjoy a very individual holiday. Welcome to Nalusurf, the surf school in the southern part of Fuerteventura. This page provides an overview of our services. Above all, though, we want to whet your appetite for a surfing holiday in Europe's top surfing destination. A holiday ...
We proudly present Homegrown, the surfcompany of Fuerteventura.
The Homegrown homebase (Surfshop, Surfschool and Surfcamp) is situated in the North of the island right at the centre of Corralejo. This is the best part of the island to surf. The Homegrown Shop and Surfschool with Surfcamp was founded in 1995.
Fuerteventura is blessed with good weather and ...
Flag Beach Windsurf & Kitesurf Centre Fuerteventura
Flag Beach Windsurf Centre offers good cross-shore (from the left) conditions from March/April through to August/September. It is generally wavier for the first couple of months with the remains of the winter swells, however from May onwards the waves disappear and flat slalom conditions prevail.
Although the winter months statistically have less windy days ...
The wild west of surfing, closer to Africa than Europe and with a bathymetry similar to Hawaii. The Canary Islands' breaks are famed for being shallow, heavy and hollow over urchin covered reefs. However more relaxed beach breaks do exist. By the time open ocean swell reaches the islands the winds which produced them have long died away offering the possibility of clean, long period swells. Unfortunately the islands are also plagued by north-easterly trade winds which can easily blow out the dominant north-westerly swells. Surfing arrived relatively recently to this archipelago and only really took off the the 1990s. Despite having a reputation for localism it is possible to find quiet waves, especially if you explore a bit and show respect. <a href="http://surfersmap.es"><img style="float: right; border: none" src="http://images.magicseaweed.com/promo/fuerteMap.jpg"></a>
Surf camps can offer a variety of types of accommodation such as apartments, hotels, rooms, camping or dormitories together with food, surf lessons and group activities. Often included are guided surf tours of the best local spots along with surf hire, videos, photography, professional coaching and even some night life.