Surf Camp :
102 rue Pierre de Chevigné 64200 BIARRITZ
École de surf :
Plage de la Côte des basiques
Boulevard du Prince de Galles
Nos partenaires :
1 surf lesson of 1h30
Option: 1 additional surf lesson
Starting from 45 €
3 consecutive days of surf lessons
Option: 1 additional lesson
Starting from 125€
5 consecutive days of surf lessons
Option: from 1 to 4 additional lessons
Starting from 190€
5 jours consécutifs de cours de surf
2 x 1h30/jour
10 jours consécutifs de cours de surf
1 x 1h30/jour
Option: de 1 à 4 cours supplémentaires
Starting from 360€
1 surf lesson of 1h30
For 1 to 2 people max
Option: up to 5 people maximum
For all our surf lessons/training courses, the material is provided (board and wetsuits).
We have liability insurance.
The supervision of the courses is done by a state-certified instructor, with 8 students max per class.
Please check availability before making a booking.
Biarritz Surf Training offers you a varied and evolving equipment adapted to your level. Our surfboards are available from 5′ to 9′. Soöruz is our wetsuit partner. Depending on the season we offer shorty (sleeves and short legs) or integral. For hygiene, wetsuits are rinsed daily with a disinfectant product that respects the environment.
We also offer equipment for rent (board and / or wetsuits). We remind you that surfing is possible on the beach of the Basque coast around low tide, check the schedules here
Our surf classes are organized by level groups, so it is important to evaluate yours correctly. Here is a detailed description to help you:
Surfer for the first time! Your learning begins first on the beach to assimilate the safety instructions and basic positions and gestures. You take a foam with your board, look for balance and discover the first sensations
You quickly learn the first moves to slide upright in mosses and then on small smooth waves. Improving your take off & paddling techniques is assured. You are looking for speed control and a first turn of course. You learn to analyze conditions.
Surfer knowing how to go offshore and master the directions. You have the basics of straightening and taking the trajectory. You start looking for speed with support management. You anticipate the reading of the wave breaking and you know the rules of priorities and conviviality.
The take-off is acquired and you row efficiently. You know how to get offshore by bypassing the areas of surge and using the current. You are looking to control your trajectories to get back on the wave and follow the greatest distance. You have a sense of placement and you gain speed.