Winter Surfing Destinations

While Maud Le Car is carving it up in Hawaii and sharing her Living Proof adventure, we wanted to share some of our favourite winter surfing destinations. If you chase the never ending summer these are some of the pinnacle spots that you must plan a trip to this winter to.

Morocco

This is the perfect spot for your winter adventure if you don’t fancy paying huge bucks for a long haul flight around the world. Morocco offers big, unruly Atlantic storms that better much of Europe’s Western frontier. Another big plus for Morocco is without changing your latitude too much and only your longitude, you end up in the same time zone with much better weather conditions. Some top cities to check out when planning your trip are Agadir, Essaouira and Casablanca. Hit this location up with your 7.4 hull egg deck to be sure you can catch anything from 2 – 10ft waves.

Gold Coast, Australia

There are very few places in the world that can compete with the Gold Coast for world-class, consistent waves. While we’re wrapped up here in Europe, down under they are in the middle of their Summer, which brings with it an influx of gnarly waves to carve up. Pick any location along this coast and you’re almost guaranteed to find outstanding, consistent waves. Check out the perfect waves that are on offer below.

Bali

Bali is on the top of every surfer’s Bucket List. It is a paradise for wave chasers. A small island set in the tropical area along the Indonesian archipelagos, well known around the world for its abundance of nature, coral reefs and white sand stretching for as far as the eye can see. Bali has something to fit every level from thundering and barreling waves to nice light calm 2ft waves to learn on. Check out this rad video for a taste of what Bali has on offer.

Are you planning a surfing trip this Winter? Be sure to share your favourite destinations in the comment section below.

 

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Alan Lund

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