Surf Camp :
102 rue Pierre de Chevigné 64200 BIARRITZ
École de surf :
Plage de la Côte des basiques
Boulevard du Prince de Galles
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Surfing and its practice convey essential values for Biarritz Surf Training.The force of nature dictates its law and we must constantly remember that it is stronger than us.The unpredictable, the unknown, the spontaneity of the waves that are born in front of us and show that we are nothing reminds us to remain humble. The essence of surfing is to tame the unpredictable. Knowing how to read the ocean and its waves, knowing the relief of the seabed, the strength of the currents, the influence of the wind are all required skills. Because knowing how to surf is not done in a day, you have to know how to pass and juggle the phases of progression, euphoria and stagnation.In addition, the efforts related to the practice of surfing combine work of endurance, resistance, speed and power. The surfer is an accomplished sportsman.Surfing also teaches you to respect your body; warm-ups and recovery are essential to link the sessions but surfing also teaches respect for others and safety rules. Finally, surfing is an activity of sharing, letting go and building self-confidence.
In short, surfing is a life lesson !
Since 1987, Biarritz Surf Training has been welcoming and training surfers from all over the world.We are committed to sharing our passion for the ocean and this discipline, learning with a smile in a warm atmosphere.
To surpass oneself, to have self-confidence, to progress and above all to have fun!
Find us on this exceptional spot, in the heart of Biarritz, which is the Côte des Basques beach, to live a unique surfing experience with us !
Damien, born in Bayonne and wave surfer on the Basque coast from a very young age. After 10 great years of surfing in a club, he embarked on studies and obtained his instructor’s diploma to teach at Biarritz Surf Training. Passionate and committed, he will help you push your limits !
Marine spent all her childhood and adolescence by the ocean, which gave her a taste for the great outdoors, travel and wide open spaces! After working in different environments, she joined the BST team with Nora at the office. Versatile, she takes care of the administrative follow-up of surf lessons and accommodation reservations, among other things !
Born in Bordeaux, Emeric has been passionate about board sports since he was a little boy ! It was on a skateboard or on a surfboard that we could meet him. Passionate about surfing, he perfected his skills on the beaches of Indonesia and Mexico and it was only natural that he turned to teaching this discipline. Freshly graduated, you will appreciate his pedagogy and his good humor !
Satisfying yourself between two sessions is important! Ghita, our cook, knows this and emanates from the surf camp smells that we can’t resist for long. Of Moroccan origin, Ghita learned on the job. This is his tenth season at Biarritz Surf Training, for the pleasure and happiness of everyone’s taste buds!
Co-founder of Biarritz Surf Training, Nora takes care of customer relations and communication as well as planning, registration and accounting. She has under her authority a dedicated team – employees and interns – who help her coordinate everything so that your stay goes as smoothly as possible!
Co-founder of Biarritz Surf Training Philippe Beudin was born in Biarritz, he is part of this generation which saw the arrival of surfing on the beaches of the Basque Country. At the time, there were no schools and it was somehow, helped by the older ones, that he learned to surf. After several years traveling the world, he returned home to make his passion his profession. Professional for more than 30 years, he puts his experience and know-how at the service of others.
Native of Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean of a Basque-Vietnamese family, she took advantage of the melting pot from which she came to travel around the world, discover cultures and enrich herself with personal experiences. than professionals. Sporty by nature, she practices surfing whenever she can, summer and winter, and completes this practice with yoga daily. It is with a smile that she will welcome you this summer to our tent on the Côte des Basques.
Marianne, originally from Brittany and passionate about water sports, has just spent her second summer in a surf school with the Biarritz Surf Training team. You will find her at the school reception throughout the season, before she takes off for new adventures in Vietnam!
Liann, who came straight from Bulgaria to spend a great summer discovering the riches of the Basque region. She is happy to join the super team of Biarritz surf training this year. When she’s not working, you can see her doing yoga or taking waves.
She will be happy to meet you in our tent on the Basque coast.
Theo was born and grew up in Biarritz. He discovered surfing at a very young age with his father, a old professional in this discipline. He quickly fell in love with this sport and joined a club with which he competed (2nd Basque coast, 4th Aquitaine junior) and traveled.
He has been teaching surfing for 5 years and is delighted to join the Biarritz Surf Training team, on the best beach for teaching in Biarritz: the Côte des Basques.
Biarritz Surf Training offers surf lessons to learn how to surf safely.
The school is registered with the Departmental Directorate of Youth and Sports under number 06496ET0144.All our instructors are above all Lifeguards and hold the State Patent Option surfing. Biarritz Surf Training is also affiliated to the AESF, association of French Surf Schools, whose goal is to federate schools that wish to adhere to a charter combining quality and safety.
The ocean is still a wild environment with its subtleties but especially its dangers. Above all, it is necessary to remain cautious and attentive in the waves, for pleasure, safety and that of others.
If you are a beginner, stay in the mosses or small waves. Use a foam board and protect your head in case of a fall.
Do not try to swim back to the edge, stay on your board and wave your arms to alert the emergency services.
Choose waves adapted to your level and avoid crowded spots. Never surf in stormy weather. Protect yourself from the sun by using sunscreen.
Surfing areas lie beyond the red-spotted green flags.
Basic rule: 1 wave = 1 surfer. The surfer furthest inside the surge has priority. Don’t throw yourself into a wave if there’s someone in front. Don’t let go of your board while making ducks. Avoid collisions: bypass the surge zone to get offshore.
Like any unstable natural environment, the ocean carries risks. As a result, surfers undertake as of right to monitor each other and to assist each other in case of danger.