Whether you’re new to surfing or already a world champion, the list of the best surfing places in the world below will definitely fill your heart with joy or a little envy because You have not had the opportunity to set foot there.
Bundoran Beach, Ireland
Ireland is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Here, turquoise sea water combined with soil cliffs and coral reefs has created a unique feature for the coast here. The water here has a low temperature with waves with an average height of more than 2m, making Bundoran, Donegal district, a few hours drive from Dublin city, not for players to play. This is a great and unforgettable surfing spot of veteran players.
Mentawai Islands, Indonesia
The Mentawai Islands are a chain of about seventy islands and islets off the west coast of Sumatra, one of the most suitable sports for surfing around the world. Plan to come here at the peak of the summer, from early June to mid-September to have unique experiences here. New surfers should avoid Gilligan.
Superbank, Gold Coast City, Australia
Owning a 43.5-mile beach is the reason that Gold Coast, Australia is like the surfer’s paradise, the Snapper Rocks Superbank where the world’s longest waves are one of the ” break the best planet. A large community of surfers on the beach has made it a must-visit place for every professional player.
Pipeline, Oahu, Hawaii
With the longest history in all surf spots, Pipeline easily becomes the best surfing spot in America. It is ranked as the most popular and sought-after surfing spot in the world, Pipeline can be a surfer’s dream but not everyone can surf here. With waves higher than 20ft (6.1m) and shallow sea floor and sharp coral reefs, never think of jumping into the water unless you are professional players.