Explore one of Europe's best surf resorts, from small beginner's waves to some serious professional swell
About Surfing In Jersey
Don't miss the chance to try one of the world's most exciting sports, on one of Europe's best surf beaches.
Jersey features a wealth of great surfing conditions, produced by strong swells that travel thousands of miles across the Atlantic Ocean. The main surf break is at St. Ouen's Bay, a three mile long stretch of sand banks that create perfect learning conditions as well as challenging larger swells for experienced surfers.
When the wind changes direction, you can also find favourable conditions at surf spots across the island, from St. Brelade's Bay on the south coast to the north coast beaches of Plemont and Greve de Lecq.
Jersey is home to one of the world's oldest surfing clubs, with surf schools, surf hire and surf advice all available. International competitions are regularly held, including the European longboarding championship tour.
How To Book Surfing In Jersey
Laneez Surf School
El Tico, St. Ouen's Bay
Laneez is a beautiful retro style surf shop and school, run by Nick and Karena Durbano along with Nick's brother Mark.
Nick and Mark are big wave surfers who have been part of local Jersey surfing scene for over 30 years. They bring to Laneez not just their passion and commitment to a surfing lifestyle, but their experiences of surfing some of the biggest and best breaks from around the world.
Splash Surf Centre
Watersplash, St. Ouen's Bay
Tel: +44 (0)1534 490671
The Splash Surf Centre operates from the iconic Splash surf ‘shak’ which has been at the heart of Jersey surfing and the venue for international competitions since the early 1960’s. There is a package for all surfers, from beginners to advanced. All instructors are fully trained and qualified.
Jersey Longboard Club
All things Jersey longboarding, including social and surfing events, competitions and advice.
Jersey Surfboard Club
With a history dating back to 1923, the Jersey Surfboard Club was developed when three South African Lifeguards began working on the Jersey beaches. Based around the St Ouen's area the club progressed through the early 60s and 70s, producing numerous British and European champions.
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