Surfing on the Canary Islands

The Canary Islands are known as the European Hawaii.
A name the islands truly deserve, because during the European autumn and winter seasons the beaches and reefs on Fuerteventura and Lanzarote provide excellent surfing conditions for every type of surfer from beginner to advanced.

Canary Islands Fuerteventura Galerie

Fuerteventura

Deserted beaches, never ending off road pistes, 365 days sunshine a year- welcome to Fuerteventura!
Fuerteventura, nearly as big as Tenerife, is sparsely populated. A place of opposites - crystal clear blue water, white sand, tourist hype and the end of the world adjoin close. A rough beauty where you will have a little taste of adventure every day.

Surfcamp Fuerteventura Gallery
Surfcamp Fuerteventura Gallery

Spring and summer seasons on the islands offer optimal surfing conditions for beginners and intermediates.
Moderate wave heights, 100 percent sun guarantee, tourists from all over the world and romantic sunsets, make Fuerteventura and Lanzarote the ideal place to learn surfing and improve your surfing.

Surfcamp Fuerteventura Gallery

Lanzarote

Black sand, green cactus fields and cesar manrique…
Lanzarote have the islands with the youngest volcanoes of the Canaries and provides beautiful little fishing villages, heaps of spots with culture and art, a few of the best surf spots in Europe and some real secret surf spots, pssst…!

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