Honolulu has its fair share of surf spots, and this is yet another of them. It is for experienced surfers only, and although it isn't the best in the area it is probably one of the quietest and least crowded.
Worthsee is one of five lakes in the Funf-seen-land or “Five Lakes Region” in Bavaria and is over two miles long and less than a mile wide with a depth of around 112 feet. It is considered to be one of the cleanest lakes in Bavaria and also the warmest, which makes it very popular with swimmers as well as kitesurfers and windsurfers of all abilities. There is also a lot of boating on the lake. Summer kite surfing is not possible but the rest of the year is, although the winter is very cold.
Wohlenberg Wiek is a shallow bay situated between Boltenhagen and Wismar on the north coast of Germany, looking out onto the Baltic Sea. It is a popular area for sailing as well as being a great spot for all types of surfing at all levels. The season runs mainly from April to November but off season is possible if you are fully suited and booted.
Weissenhaus is located on the north coast of Germany in the Schleswig-Holstein district and looks out onto the Baltic Sea. It is a great spot for sailing and surfing of all types due to the constant wind. All abilities are catered for here and the season runs mainly from April to November.
Weidefeld is located on the north coast of Germany looking out to the Baltic Sea. It is a popular holiday destination during the summer months and a good spot for sailing. The area receives some good east winds from the Baltic which makes it attractive for experienced surfers, windsurfers and kitesurfers. The season runs from April to November.
Stohl is located on Germany's north coast, looking out on to the Baltic Sea. It is a good spot for for experienced surfers, windsurfers and kite surfers as it can get some great winds coming in off the Baltic. The season runs from April to November with some off season being possible if you are fully suited and booted.
Sehlendorf is located on the noth coast of Germany looking out towards the Baltic Sea and is a popular spot for sailing and surfing of all types. The area is suited to all levels of surfers, kitesurfers and windsurfers with a season running from April to November. Kitesurfers need to be able to produce a licence.
Schoenberg Strand is located on the north coast of Germany looking out to the Baltic Sea and is a popular area for sailing, surfing, kitesurfing and windsurfing. It is best suited to experienced surfers because there are quite a few potential hazards. The season runs from April to November.
Flugge Strand is located on the far south western tip of Fehmarn, looking out to the Baltic Sea. The island is very popular with tourists because of its good climate and local charm and it is also a mecca for all types of surfers and sailors due to its good wind conditions. Surfers do need to have some experience here as the conditions can be a bit tricky. The surfing season runs mainly from April to November although off season is possible if you are fully suited and booted.
Falshoft is located on the north coast of Germany, near to the border of Denmark, looking out to the Baltic Sea. It is not that well known amongst surfers, but does offer some good conditions for surfers of all types and abilities. The seasons runs from April to November although off season is possible if you are fully booted and suited.
Duhnen is located in the north of Germany near to the Danish border, looking out to the North Sea and is a popular tourist destination. It is also a great place for windsurfers and kitesurfers of all abilities. The season runs from April to November although off season is possible if you are fully suited and booted.
This is a place for experienced surfers on account of the big fast waves that come in here. It's a friendly spot with a good atmosphere, and although it is sometimes busy everybody just takes their turn in the lineup.
This is a good consistent spot that breaks very frequently, and is suitable for all experience levels. It isn't as big as the nearby Bowls spot, but it is still a fun wave and is especially suited to beginners. The atmosphere is pretty friendly, and as the area is a popular tourist spot you'll find a mixture of locals and tourists surfing here.
This is a world-class big wave spot, for experienced surfers only. It takes a lot of paddling to get out to it, but it is well worth the effort and you'll know it first time you ride one of these waves.
This is another consistent spot that offers decent waves almost all the time. Because of the conditions here it is suitable only for experienced surfers, and it has a good, relaxed atmosphere in gorgeous state park surroundings.
Dahme is situated on the Baltic Sea coast of North East Germany, pretty close to the island of Fehmarn. This ocean spot is popular with wind surfers, kite surfers and surfers of all abilities and levels. There is no real season here, but it should be avoided in the height of the summer (July and August) due to the number of tourists and beach goers this place attracts. There is excellent parking here right on the beach, but there may well be a parking fee during the summer months.
Buelk is situated right on a peninsular where the Keiler Bucht Estuary meets the Baltic Sea on the North German coast. It is a fairly good spot for surfers, wind surfers and kite surfers of intermediate and expert abilities. However, beginners beware! Care needs to be exercised because there are wave breakers and large rocks in the water close to the shoreline. There is no real season here, but the best months are March to May and September through to November. There is a sewage plant nearby so be aware of the water quality.
This is an epic spot for experienced surfers, and while the waves aren’t the biggest on the island, they are certainly a challenge and something you'll talk about for a while, or at least until you hit the next dream Hawaiian wave.
Brasilien Mittelstrand is a great ocean spot situated on the Baltic coast of Northern Germany. It is a mecca for kite surfers, wind surfers and surfers of intermediate and expert abilities. It is not a place for beginners because of the strategically placed stone wave breakers every 200 meters or so. Also the winds can get pretty gusty and changeable, so you have to know what you are doing. There is parking close by, but it will cost you. There is no real season, but July and August get pretty crowded with tourists and sun worshippers alike. The best months are March through to May and September through to October.
Dollart is a natural estuary at the base of the river Elms right on the Dutch/German border. It is very popular with sailing enthusiasts, as well as windsurfers and kite surfers alike of intermediate and expert abilities. There are strong undercurrents here which are not good for novices and beginners. There is no season, although the best months are spring and autumn.
Dockkoog is an ocean spot situated close to the National park Schleswig Holsteinisches. It sits on a tiny peninsular in a bay carved out by the North Sea. This place should only be used by windsurfers, kite surfers and surfers of expert abilities because of the number of potential hazards found here. Sailors also frequently use this bay. There are zones marked by buoys that you need to be aware of. There is no season here, but beware of crowds in the summer time.
Dierhagen is a small seaside town situated on the Baltic Sea coast of North East Germany. It is a great spot for kite surfers and surfers of intermediate and expert abilities. This is not a good spot for novices and beginners because of the strategically placed wooden groynes spread out over the length of the beach. Wind surfers might prefer to use the Saaler Bodden lake which is directly behind Dierhagen. There is no real season here, although spring and autumn might be preferred to avoid holiday makers and sun bathers during the height of the summer. There is parking close by although parking fees may well apply.
Damp south Mole is situated right on the Baltic Sea coast of Northern Germany, and is a popular place for surfers and kite surfers of all intermediate and expert levels. It is not advisable for beginners here because you can catch some pretty large waves with the wind in the right direction. Windsurfers would be better heading to North Mole where the conditions are flatter. There is no particular season here, but be mindful that July and August get pretty busy with tourists and bathers.
Damp North Mole is situated right on the Baltic Sea coast of Northern Germany in the province of Schleswig-Holstein. It is a popular spot for surfers, wind surfers and kite surfers alike of all abilities. There is no season here but it does get pretty packed with tourists and beach goers in July and August, so it may be advisable to avoid these busy summer months. Parking is to the north of the harbor, and there may be a small fee during the summer season.
Dahmeshoeved is an ocean spot located on the Baltic Sea coast of Northern Germany in the province of Schleswig - Holstein. It is a good place for surfers, kite surfers and windsurfers of all abilities, although kite surfers who are beginners may need to be aware of the small beach. There is a grassy area where you can place all of your gear. Access to the beach is south of the lighthouse where you can park. There is no real season here but April to November are the best times.
This spot is in a really nice State Park setting, and depending on the conditions the surf here can be good for everybody regardless of experience. It is a pretty friendly place with a good atmosphere.