Take Some Time For You At These Top Surfing Destinations for Spring 2019

Take Some Time For You At These Top Surfing Destinations for Spring 2019

If you’re running your own business, the Christmas and New
Year period can be quite a stressful time. You may be finalising
your end-of-year accounts, maybe you make your biggest sales over
the Christmas period, or perhaps you have a big January Sale. When
all of this is over you’ll need to make time for yourself to
recharge and build up your strength and motivation for the year
ahead.

Spring is the perfect time for this as you’ll have settled in
to your routine for the year and we’re emerging from the dark and
dreary winter days that can help you feel more motivated and have
more energy. If you’re looking to get away from it all then why
not think about a surfing break?
Surfing has some major physical, emotional and mental health
benefits
and you don’t need to be super-fit to take part in
it.

When it comes to spring though, it can be frustrating when the
weather doesn’t quite creep high enough to break out the wetsuits and
head out onto the local waves. For that reason, thousands of
surfers take to the sky and jet off to countless stunning
destinations across the globe with much more favourable climates.
If you’re considering joining the rush in 2019, we’ve put
together a guide to just a few of the key locations you could
choose for your spring escape. Read on to find out!

Bocas Del Toro, Panama

Bocas Del Toro, Panama

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to stay in Bocas Del Toro

For consistency, Bocas Del Toro in Panama can’t be beaten.
When the rougher weather of spring battles the Caribbean Sea, Bocas
tends to see a consistent swell that surfers can take full
advantage of without shivering. The weather rarely ever drops below
70°F/21°C, so you won’t be caught out when you least expect it.
On average, you’ll see temperatures of between 73°F and 83°F
and with a variety of different wave heights and complexities,
you’ll be set regardless of your experience level. For a break
from the surf, head into Panama City for a spot of shopping or to
catch a bite to eat and if you’re truly looking for something
different, head to Casco Viejo, the historic centre filled with
cobblestoned streets and plenty of bars and cafes.

Lagos, Portugal

Lagos, Portugal

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My Kind Of Place: Lagos, Portugal

While the north of Europe might still be donning hats and
scarves as spring rolls around, Portugal tends to heat up
relatively consistently into March, April and May. For beginners
looking for some calmer waves in warmer temperatures, Meia Praia
offers consistent, relatively predictable surf. Tonel, Beliche,
Mareta and Zavial are also consistent surf sports, but you’ll
find bigger waves that require a bit more skill to navigate. For
the seasoned surfer, Arrifana offers some world-renowned waves that
will truly test your ability. Take a break from the waves in the
old town, plentiful cliffs for scenic walks and even take a wander
to see the Lighthouse – Lagos is truly perfect for a spring
break.

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

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Things To Do In Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Cabo San Lucas is the spring break destination of choice for
surfers and party goers alike and it’s easy to understand just
why that’s the case. Regardless of your preference for wave
height, swell or even the wind, there’s plenty of different spots
that offer every single one, most within a short drive from one
another. The surf can be rough in bad weather, but for those days
where the surfing just isn’t advisable, the social scene
certainly makes up for those empty hours. If you stay in a resort,
most of them host their own events but venture out and you’ll
reach friendly pubs and other communal gathering spots to
enjoy.

Cancun, Mexico

Cancun, Mexico

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A Week At The Beach In Cancun Mexico

Surfers that don’t go to Cabo San Lucas during spring go to
Cancun and once you’ve sampled the rich blue waters and the
bustling nightlife, it’s easy to see why. Also popular with
spring breakers, you’ll be met with a lively yet stunning holiday
to remember. The waters are serene, offering a relaxing holiday
throughout the entire year but don’t let that fool you; these
turquoise waters are also home to some adrenaline-worthy waves.
There’s plenty of swell that you can take full advantage of, but
keep an eye out for Playa Chac Mool, Playa Delfines, Playa Marlin
and Playa Ballenas for some of the best.

While the locations on this list are far from the only options
for keen surfers, for a holiday in the spring to remember, they are
certainly high up in the list. Where’s your favourite holiday
destination (and it doesn’t have to be a surfers paradise!) –
Let us know where we need to visit in the comments.

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