Overall, fall and winter might be considered the best time of year to surf in California. However, as long as that coastline is, it really depends on where you are.
This is our complete guide to surfing Santa Barbara. Whether you’re an avid boarder or a first-timer, this cozy beach-side town is guaranteed to fulfil your needs.
One of Southern California’s number one surfing hotspots for decades, Laguna Beach is home to a string of 27 beaches and coves, covering a stretch of 7 miles.
Nicknamed Surf City, Santa Cruz has 11 world-class surf breaks that are really worth checking out, especially the point breaks over Steamer Lane and Pleasure Point.
Encinitas in Southern California provides almost year-round surfing, and if you pick the right beach for you, you will have the most rad surf experience whenever you go.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect spot to catch some waves, somewhere to find your feet on the swells, or simply some of the best surf scenes, California has some of the best surf towns.
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This is our guide to surfing California. Read for everything you need to know to plan your ultimate Californian surf trip.