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At Errant Surf we are on top of selecting the best surf holidays already from 2004. Within Europe, France is one of the most popular destinations for a surf holiday and we know why. Especially between April and October, beaches will be visited by surfers from all over the world. But at Errant Surf, there’s much more in terms of surf holidays. Whether you are looking to go surfing at any European destination or you’d prefer to go for a surf holiday outside of Europe, we have the best option for you. It’s our mission to match you with the surf holiday best fitting your needs, wants and wishes and we believe we are pretty good at doing that. For your surf holidays in France, we have you covered.
Taking a surf holiday in France has many advantages. Throughout the summer months especially, the weather’s great. The West coast has many many beaches and there will be almost always one close to you fitting your level and skills. And your surf holidays in France you can well combine with sightseeing, for example with paying a visit to the beautiful cities of Bordeaux, Biarritz or even San Sebastian – all great for a day trip.
France is a country with a very rich history and this comes back in several aspects of life. When enjoying your surf holidays in France, it’s not unlikely you will emerge in the surf-lifestyle while still learning about the French culture, it’s gastronomy and much more.
France has two coastlines. The Meditterenean Coast isn’t really suitable for surfing – it might get a couple of waves per year – but on the other side, at the Atlantic Ocean, it’s a complete different story. Especially the locations around and south of Bordeaux (Landes and Gironde) are very famous for surf holidays and you will certainly not be the only one. However, due to the wide stretched beaches, it’s very likely you will not have to wait too long for riding that first wave. And another great feature of taking your surf holidays in France is that there are beaches for all levels, from beginners to intermediate but certainly also advanced. Are you ready?