Caleta de Famara is a nice fishing village on the coast featuring a selection of restaurants, supermarkets and apartments to let. Its superb beach is flanked by the spectacular cliff bearing the same name. Famara Beach break is the ideal spot for beginners who can easily rent a surfboard in the village. The San Juan Break sets up one of the venues for the WQS.




 
General
Wave Quality (0-10): 9
Experience Required: Medium
Good Waves Frequency: October-May
Wave Type: Left hand break
Surf Direction: Left
Wave Power: Medium
Wave Length: 100 m
Bottom Kind: Rocky
Working Conditions
Tide Position: Mid to High
Swell Size: 0.5 - 2 m
Swell Direction: NE-NW
Wind Direction: N-NE
Other
Crowded (ideal surf): up to 10
Hazards: Locals, Seaurchins
Comments: Funny wave that works quite often.



General
Wave Quality (0-10): 8
Experience Required: Medium
Good Waves Frequency: 12 times/Year
Wave Type: Left Hand Break
Surf Direction: Left
Wave Power: Medium
Wave Length: 100 m
Bottom Kind: Rocky
Working Conditions
Tide Position: Low to Mid
Swell Size: 1 - 1.5 m
Swell Direction: N
Wind Direction: E-S
Other
Crowded (ideal surf): up to 6
Hazards: Very local
Comments: Good hollow wave.



General
Wave Quality (0-10): 3
Experience Required: Beginners
Good Waves Frequency: All the Year
Wave Type: Beach Break
Surf Direction: Rights and Lefts
Wave Power: Soft
Wave Length: 50 m
Bottom Kind: Sand
Working Conditions
Tide Position: Mid to High
Swell Size: 0.3 - 1m
Swell Direction: NE-NW
Wind Direction: NE-E
Other
Crowded (ideal surf): -
Hazards: Strong currents
Comments: Good to learn.

 

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