European surf forecast page

You’ll see the surf forecast for the main European surf spots on just one page. We’re starting way up north at the Lofoten Island in Norway and will go down to the sand dunes of Morocco to reach Taghazout.

Where will you go?

Find your surf forecast below.

European surf seasons guide

surf guide europe seasons

Check out the Ultimate European Surf Seasons Guide.

Norway – Hoddevik

Way op North in Norway. In the Lofoten Islands

Klitmoller – Denmark

Still in Scandanavia. Cold Hawaii style. Near Klitmoller, a spot called Bunkers.

Germany – Sylt

Sylt, an Island just south of Denmark. One of the few places in Germany to surf.

Holland – Scheveningen

Surf city of Holland, Scheveningen. It has a great urban surf scene.

England – Newquay

Newquay is the epic surf centre of England. Good for parties too.

France – Normandy

We chose for Siouville, because we think it provides you with the best waves of Normandy.

France – Bretagne

Baie de Trepasses is a perfect surf escape in Bretagne (Finistere).

France – Vendee

Sauveterre; not the crowds of Les Landes, but a great wave variety.

France – Aquitaine / Les landes

Lacanau. A surf hot spot near Bordeaux (easy to fly to).

France – Basque Country

It’s Biarritz. Europe’s surf capital. Great surf to be found everywhere.

Spain – North part

Laredo sits in a great area.

Portugal – Porto

Matoshinos is a surf spot in Porto. Easy access. Good vibes.

Portugal – Lisbon

Ericeira has a World Surf Reserve. Just 30 minutes from Lisbon.

Portugal – Algarve

Sagres is on the most south west point of Europe mainland. Lots of surf options here.

Spain – Andalusia

El Palmar is good starting point to discover the beautiful south of Spain.

Morocco – Taghazout

Taghazout has world class waves. Awesome righthanders to be found.