Many people think that the best trips to the beach involve ideal surfing conditions. Some cities in the world are better for surfing than others thanks to their tide schedule, wind patterns, and terrain, which together create the perfect waves for surfing. There are many great surfing spots along the coast of every continent.
Bondi Beach, Australia
Bondi Beach is an iconic surfing destination that is synonymous with the surf-side good life. The name Bondi is aboriginal, translated as “water breaking over rocks”, and it has long attracted a laid-back surfer crowd. The first surf lifesaving club of the world was founded here in 1907 and thrill-seekers have flocked ever since.
Bells Beach, Australia
With a cliff-flanked sandy beach and large ocean swells, Bells Beach is recognized as one of Australia’s best stretches of surfing coastline and a top destination for experienced surfers. Bells beach features in the cult classic movie Point Break which stars Patrick Swayze as a die-hard surfer with the ultimate ambition of surfing Bells Beach.
Kuta Beach, Bali
With perfect white sands and palm-fringed beaches, Kuta Beach is the most surfed beach of Bali. It can get crowded although it is still regarded as an epic spot. Kuta Beach is the place where surfing began in Bali.
Santa Cruz, California
The breaks of Santa Cruz are known for their difficulty and tricky locals. Choose your beach with care because many local surfers don’t take kindly to newcomers cutting into their waves. It was home to the O’Neill brothers, who created the first surf shop in the 1950s, selling boards and vests to make a wetsuit.
North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii
Hawaii is undisputedly the home of surfing and hosts numerous world class competitions every year. North Shore of Oahu is frequented by dedicated surfers who want to surf the world’s most famous waves.