Surf school in Lanzarote
Being a Canary surf academy in Lanzarote which is an island located in the Canarian archipelago, allows us to give to our customers the best surfing experience ever known. Lanzarote is known as “La Isla de los Volcanes” or as the “European Hawaiis” in the surfer community. Certainly the quality of its tubular and perfect waves, like el Quemao, la Izquierda, Morro Negro, San Juan y el Espino, among many others. Also, the weather and the water temperature, staying warm almost all year round, make Lanzarote Vida Surf School one of the best surfing holidays destinations in Europe.
Surfing in spain for begginners has never been easier, there is a wide range of possibilities for beginner and expert surfers or for those who start their first adventures in surfing, we teach surf lessons for every level so you can rest easy because we are sure that we have activities that fit to what you’re looking for. About all, having the opportunity to learn more about this style of VidaSurf. Moreover learn to surf in Lanzarote, a place where nature and its volcanic landscapes will transport you to amazing places. Also, maintains the culture in its villages and coastal town. Here you can see the sailors arrive at port with their boats full of fish.
Vida Surf School: Come in & discover
First of all, you’ll discover magical places like the Timanfaya National Park, the Cave of the Greens, the Jameos del agua, the Mirador del Río, the Cesar Manrique Foundation, Los Hervideros or the Salinas de Janubio. Among other places and hidden corners where you can reach with local Guides. Being a small island you can visit it in a few days, leaving time to enjoy the sun, its white sand beaches, hidden coves and crystalline waters.
Also, you can follow the route of the wineries, and taste their great variety of white Malvasia grape wines. Its landscapes of hundreds of vineyards surrounded by circles of volcanic stone called Geria. Allow grape clusters to grow sheltered by the picón or rofe defying the force of nature. A fascinating landscape.
Finally, the Canarian gastronomy, offers a great variety of exquisite dishes such as its famous wrinkled potatoes. Its mojo picón and verde, the caldomillo, the limpets, the sancocho, the fried moray or the wide variety of cheeses. For all those visitors who coincide with local festivals. They will be able to enjoy their parrandas (Canary Folkloric Groupings) with the Timple (guitar seemed to the Ukelele) as protagonist instrument.
Lanzarote a destiny more than surf.