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Costa da Morte is one of the wildest and less urbized coast of spain…Enjoy exploring around and being on the search of these uncrowded waves! Come surfing with your friends or family, and take pleasure in beautiful beach front accommodation in playa de Baldaio! No waves just in front? No worries, we will chase and find the best conditions for you down the coast! Sharp coast full of different options from intermediate to advance level!
In Galicia we have two kind of swells, the ones coming from the W and the ones coming from the NW. As well as two prevailing winds direction SW and NE. So the situation of Costa Da Morte with half of its coast facing west and the other half facing north makes a wide open opportunity to find a good surf!
We are right in front of the waves!
World Surf Camp is our host in Costa da Morte, Galicia, the only surf hostel on the area with just the best surf vibe for your trip! The hostel is located perfectly for daily surftrips with bunch of diferents posibilities. Waves just a few foot-steps away, skate ramp, chill out terrace and the best sunstets… just come and enjoy!
- SHARED ROOM
- Bunk Beds
- Shared bathroom
- Free Wi-fi
- Ping pong
As the summer ends, holidays are finished, and swells start to fill in…
Galicia, on the north west corner of Spain, is the farthest destination for the Spanish surfers. After summer holidays, the seaside is almost isolated. We are in Playa de Baldaio, in a piece of coast called ‘’Costa Da Morte’’. A wild Spanish jewel far enough from cities with lots of uncrowded line-ups.
In autumn, the Atlantic ocean starts to wake up, sending us swells from 3ft to 8 ft, at least once a week. As the weather temperature drops a few degrees from summer, the thermal onshore wind doesn’t blow often anymore letting us some sunny glassy surf sessions and lots of offshore.
The sharp Costa Da Morte offers a lot of different beachbreaks most of them perfect for intermediate to advance surfers and even a few barrels spots for advance surfers only. Every spot is surrounded by beautiful wild landscapes where you won´t find any crowds…
Water temperature is another reason that keeps the crowd away, but, as the ocean takes longer time to change its temperature, we still enjoy warm water during the surf season.
In the beginning of the season, water temperature is around 19ºC (Sept-Oct), dropping to 14-13ºC in December.
All of this together let us enjoy some perfect empty waves!
- Transfers from/to Coruña or Santiago Airports
- Three meals a day
- Transportation to spots with guide.
- Surf Insurance
- Surf equipment