Discover the most breathtaking places to surf on the most paradisiacal beaches in Mexico and catch the perfect waves for an unforgettable experience
Surfing is a very popular sport among ocean lovers, it attracts all kinds of ages regardless of gender. In fact, there are pilgrims who cross continents in search of the best waves and Mexico is no exception, since it is classified as one of the best countries for surfing, due to its favorable conditions and really attractive beaches. Discover the best waves in the following beaches!
At first Sayulita was considered an ideal town for fishermen, but with the arrival of international tourism it has become “a surfer’s paradise” with one of the most mythical and iconic beaches in the Pacific Ocean.
Sayulita exudes the simple pleasures of the Mexican coast. Here there are two small bays, both with good conditions for surfing. Those who are looking for short or long board surfing classes and stand-up paddleboarding can find it here.
Punta Mita, Nayarit
La Lancha is one of the most popular beaches among international surfers, it is located in a small corner hidden among nature. Access is by walking through the jungle for about 10 minutes, entering through a small makeshift parking lot for visitors. It is a perfect place to disconnect from civilization and worry only about having fun.
Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca
In Puerto Escondido you can enjoy the incredible waves of Zicatela beach, it is a real challenge for anyone who tries to ride one of its waves, since they are similar to those of Pipeline, Hawaii, due to their great width and height. This beach has sufficient infrastructure to receive thousands of international tourists who come to its International Surf Tournament, one of the most prestigious in the world.
Los Cabos, Baja California
Playa Monumento is a beach near Cabo San Lucas, quite popular among expert surfers, since its waves usually exceed 2 meters in height between February and November. In addition to the fact that the weather is really perfect for surfing.
Boca de Pascuales, Colima
The Armería River flows into Boca de Pascuales, it is completely open sea and its waters are truly deep, making it a perfect spot for surfing. Best of all, most of the year it is free of tourists, in fact every year several international and local tournaments are held.
Leave us in the comments located at the bottom of the page which of these beaches you have visited and which one you would like to practice surfing.
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