Belharra Perdun Spot Guide

About Belharra Perdun

A 15m deep, seagrass covered shoal 2.5km offshore creates an A-frame peak on the two or three largest swells of the winter for the European tow-in crew. A small team made history on November 22nd, 2002 before a second session on March 10th, 2003 when Sebastian St Jean towed into a wave estimated at 66ft (20m) winning the XXL contest final. Only breaks on low tide unless it is psycho huge.

Can be watched from the coast road cliffs between Socoa and Hendaye, because riding this place is definitely a spectator sport.

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Stormrider Guide for Belharra Perdun
  • Low to Mid Tide Low to Mid Tide
  • Submerged reef with peaky waves Submerged reef with peaky waves
  • Rock Ledge Rock Ledge
  • W - N W - N
  • South Easterly South Easterly
  • 30 15 Swell Range 15 - 30ft

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