Серфинг осенью

Selfing In October

We've already written about how to start surfing and what basic training is needed. Now it is time to determine the choice of a sweat that is best suited to learn and improve its skills. It turns out that there are a lot of places in the world suitable for newcomers, not only in the hot islands, but also in Russia. We asked Maxim Ghankin's professional surfer to tell us about his best scores for starters.

10 спотов для начинающих сёрферов. Изображение № 1.

Shanti Beach Brake

Goa, India

One of India's most vice beaches. Optimal bilateral wave for primary level surfers. September to March. The good power and height of the waves together with the warm ocean and the lack of a crowd of surfers create some of the best conditions for starters on the planet. In general, lots of pros and total absence of minus. If you ask any experienced surf-trainer to model an ideal-0 singer to train newcomers, it'll be Chanti Beach Brake. Banana Surf School is represented here.


Canary Islands, Spain

There's a coastline of about three kilometres and seven-eight independent and permanently operating during the peak season. The middle speed wave. It's possible to ride here at any level other than the maximum tidal, and to study at all but full tidal. The season lasts from late September to April inclusive. It's a great singer for both newcomers and experienced surfers. There are characteristics, such as lack of infrastructure, and full tide is possible with a shorbreak. Schools: Red Star Surf, ZOOPark Famara - Russian classes.


Leningrad region, Russia

Flying the Lask in the village of Solar on the shore of the Gulf of Finland. The coastline is about 700 to 800 metres, four to five independent and well-defined picks. The wave is slow, the bottom of the sand, and you can ride at any time. It's better to start learning after the wind peak. May through October. It's a good song for the first steps and for the confident rollers. It is also worth mentioning a small wave period, a good foam, and the availability of web sites and Windsfers and a lack of developed infrastructure. Schools: Sörf Club and WSGS.