This break is just by Moturiki Island, which is a small rocky area that sticks out from the beach and seems to cause some interesting conditions as it catches the swells. When it goes off you can get some very big waves, although they aren't particularly difficult and will suit everybody apart from outright beginners.
This place is worth a try if the surf is too small for the usual spot further north to work. It is suitable for all experience levels, though it can be fickle and predicting when it is going to break needs you to keep a close eye on the weather forecasts.
This doesn't break very often but when it does you'll find the waves are very consistent and a lot of fun. The headline tends to protect it most of the time, so it tends to only work when the swell is getting very big elsewhere.
This is one of the old school surf spots that no longer fires like it used to but can still give a fun day out. It is suitable for surfers of all experience levels, and is a good place to practice your technique as getting it right can make the difference between an average surf session and a good one.
Situated between San Pedro Del Pinatar and La Manga lies the lake spot at Lo Pagan. It is a popular spot for kite surfers and wind surfers of all levels and abilities. There is no particular season here and it is used all year round, although it does get a little busy during the summer months. There is parking (although limited spaces) down on the damn, this leads directly onto the beach. If you can catch a northerly wind, then behind the damn it can be perfectly flat, so you can pick up quite a bit of speed.
Isla Del Ciervo is a lake spot situated very close to the sea between Cartagena and the upmarket resort of La Manga, on the South eastern side of Spain, in the province of Murcia. It is a popular spot with sailors, wind and kite surfers of all levels and abilities. The best months are March to June and September, October because this is when the winds are at their best.
Mar Menor is situated between the upmarket resort of La Manga and Cartagena. It is a lake spot that is very popular with catamarans, wind surfers and kite surfers alike of all levels and abilities. There is even a watersports school here where you can learn to catamaran, wind surf etc. They also hire out dinghies and equipment even if you are a complete novice. There are restricted zones here for each water sport, so make sure you stay within your correct zone. The best times here are from May to September.
La Llana is an ocean spot that sits on a peninsular on the south eastern side of Spain. It is very popular spot with sailors, surfers, wind surfers and kite surfers alike of all levels and abilities. This spot does get crowded with tourists during the summer months and because of these there are restricted zones in place. It is possible to drive your car right onto the beach and park.
Son Serra is situated in a sweeping bay between the lively resort of Alcudia and the windswept peninsula de Levante. This is one of only a handful of designated kite surfing beaches. Therefore it has no restrictions and no restricted zones. It is used by kite surfers of all levels and abilities but it still gets fairly busy during the high season June through to September, but go off season and on a week day and you may have the beach to yourself. There is ample parking here and you haven't got far to walk with all your kit.
Son Moll is a stretch of coast that is situated on the eastern tip of the island between Cala Rajada and Capdepera It is a great spot for surfers and wind surfers of intermediate and expert levels alike. Beginners are advised not to surf here because of the sharp mass of rocks that are located at either end of the beach. There is no real season here but this spot does get packed with tourists during the summer months and because of this, there are time restrictions. So it is advisable to check these out before you set off.
Sa Rapita is located on the South western end of the island and is a very popular spot for surfers, wind surfers and kite surfers of all levels and abilities. Like most beaches on this island it does get busy during the summer season, so there may well be surfing restrictions during these times. It may pay you to check up before you go. The best time to surf here is from autumn through to spring, because there are more thermal winds that time of year, and also there are far less crowds to worry about.
Situated on the north of the island close to the resort of Alcudia, lies the stretch of coastline known as Playa de Muro. It is a very popular spot for surfers, wind surfers, kite surfers alike of all levels and abilities, there are no time restrictions here as such, but the beach gets packed with tourists during the months of June, July and August so it is best to avoid these times. The best times to go are from October to April, when the beach is much quieter. Go during the week and you can virtually pick your spot.
Situated between the resorts of Palma and Can Pastilla lies the beach at Palma Edificio Gesa. This is a popular spot for surfers, kite surfers and wind surfers of all levels and abilities. It does get pretty crowded with tourists during the summer season, particularly June, July and August. Kite surfing is not permitted here between June and September. There is plenty of parking and then it's just a very short walk to the beach. Whilst there is no season here, the best months are May to October due to the nice thermal breezes.
Los Alamos is a 4km stretch of beach that lies on the busy coastline between Malaga and Torremolinos, Southern Spain. It is a popular spot with surfers, and kite surfers of all levels and abilities. There is no season here, however the best time to surf is between May and September where a south or south westerly sideshore wind can blow anywhere between 12-30 knots. Like all beaches up and down this coastline, it does get very busy during the summer months, particularly August, when the Spanish seem to take their holidays. There are designated surfing zones here so you will need to be aware.
Es Trenc is situated on the quieter south western side of the island This spot is reasonably popular with surfers, wind surfers, kite surfers and sailors of all levels and abilities. The best season to surf here is May to October, but a word of warning. Kite surfers need to avoid the swimmers, if you get too close to them then the local authorities can impose a 3000 Euro fine on you, they are pretty strict. It is best to walk some distance up the beach away from the crowds to avoid this from happening. There is also a large car park near the beach, but you will have to pay parking fees.
Situated on the southern most tip of the island of Mallorca, Es Carbo is a very popular spot for surfers, wind surfers and kite surfers alike, of all levels and abilities. Although slightly quieter than some of the other beaches on the island, it does get reasonably busy with tourists during the height of the season (particularly June, July and August) There are no restrictions here but you nay want to avoid these months. The best times to surf are from September through to April, when the beach is a little less crowded. Come during the week and you can practically pick your spot.
Situated in an inlet carved out by the Mediterranean Sea on the Northern coast of the island of Mallorca lies the beach at Es Barcares. This is a great spot for kite surfers and wind surfers of intermediate and expert abilities. Beginners are not advised to surf here because of the strong tidal currents that can occur. There are defined zones here during the summer season April to September, so you will need to keep within these areas. The best time for surfing is from May through to September when you can pick up some pretty good thermals. Kiters must use a kite lash as there is a small street immediately behind the beach.
Located slap between two of the most popular tourist destinations on the island, Alcudia and Can Picafort, El Buzon is a popular destination for kite surfers, wind surfers and surfers alike of all levels and abilities. Like most beaches up and down this coastline it gets pretty crowded during the height of the season so restricted zones are in place. The best time for surfing here is from April to October. There is ample parking right close to the beach
Situated just a stones throw away from the capital, Palma, Cuidad Jardin is a popular spot for surfers and wind surfers of intermediate and expert abilities. It is not advisable for beginners due to the fact that there are some quite sharp rocks located in the shallow water. It is possible to surf during the summer season however there are restricted zones here. Best months are November through to March, when the beach isn't crowded with holiday makers.
This is a popular place for visitors to spend a few days, and if you happen to be here when the surf is up it is all the better. The area is clean and unspoiled and the locals are friendly and helpful. Surfers of all abilities are welcome here, and will find it a pleasant place to spend some time.
This is a nice consistent break that gives decent sized waves but it is suitable for all experience levels. The town is nice and friendly, with an excellent view over the beach itself, and it's a good place for a weekend trip.
This is a good pretty good place to come during the storm season when the waves get pushed all the way down the coast and build up to a decent height. If other places have been blown out, you will still find decent waves here although the rest of the time it can be a bit sloppy.
This is a popular spot for both surfing and windsurfing, and is convenient as it is right on the edge of town. It doesn't break very frequently but if you are in town when it does it is the place to be.
It's a very quiet, almost spiritual place, but that's no surprise when you realise that it is close to Cape Reinga which is where according to Maori legend the souls of the dead leave for the afterlife. In terms of surfing it produces a regular break which is suitable for everybody.