September Surf advice

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September Surf advice

Postby BradyFL » Sat Aug 01, 2015 10:52 am

Hi there,

Just wanted to get any ones view on some good places that you have been to in Europe for September? I am looking to get away for a week or so and was just looking for any helpful advice on good places to go to or places people may have stayed at previously. Look forward to any helpful advice.

Many thanks

Jason
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Re: September Surf advice

Postby rodent » Sat Aug 01, 2015 3:45 pm

Guess I would start by avoiding all comps and festivals and would head somewhere last minute picked on optimal forecast coming through

Hope that helps
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Re: September Surf advice

Postby JayP » Sun Aug 02, 2015 1:27 pm

Yep. If you only have a week last minute is the only way.
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Re: September Surf advice

Postby Ride351 » Mon Aug 03, 2015 4:24 pm

Hi Jason,
Portugal is a good option. In September the big swells are back and, with that, will be the perfect time to all the surfers who are looking for empty golden sand beaches, nice sunny days and perfect waves without sharks. Also is the month where starts all the action with the events of the WSL where the world's greatest surfers will be riding some of the best waves in Portugal.

WSL events in Portugal during September:
- Cascais Women’s Pro, 22 – 28 September
- Cascais Billabong Pro, 28 Sept – 4 October

What are the dates that you are planning to travel? Come in the beginning of September and you will avoid the WSL events. If you decide to come to Portugal tell us something and we will help you, go to http://www.ride351.com and send us an email with more detailed information.

All the best and good waves!
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Re: September Surf advice

Postby rodent » Mon Aug 03, 2015 6:23 pm

You also need to factor in if you have access to a car, if not a weeks surf Safari is well worth considering but only if the camp will bring you away from crowded line ups

Just a few suggestions, not ones I've been on but would love to go

http://www.saharasurf.co/packages/surf-tours/

http://m.alentejosurfcamp.com
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