Gibraltar: yes, you can surf The Rock

Gibraltar has an area of only 2.6 square miles (6.7 km2). The territory is disputed by the United Kingdom and Spain, but for surfers it only matters if it's pumping.

Gibraltar offers 12 kilometers of coastline. You could easily round the territory by bike in a couple of hours to check the surf. It's Britain, in the sun.

With only 30,000 Gibraltarians, the chances of finding a surf shop are very small. Nevertheless, there's good news. Yes, you can catch waves and surf in Gibraltar.

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Bali: a barrel is always around the corner

Bali offers some of the best surf spots in the world, during the dry and wet seasons. The island of 5,632 square kilometers surrounded by coral reefs is considered to be a surfer's paradise.


From May through to September, the dry season has the best waves for surfing in Bali, one of Indonesia's 34 provinces. Here, you'll find surf lines in almost all beaches.

One of the reasons why Bali is a popular surfing destination is because there are waves for all levels and experiences. Fast, hollow, mushy and relaxed wave rides can be appreciated in this island.

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