May 03, 2017
Don your dang wetsuit, because it’s time to catch a tasty wave.
From detailing our favorite sunglasses deals to revealing the most “nom-worthy” food destinations, we dig list articles. So, what would be better than running down the finest examples of some of the world’s most beautiful breaks? Nothing. That’s what.
So, whether you’re a college student sick of la biblioteca and dreaming of the crash of the waves, or, you know, just your everyday surfer gang member robbing banks to fund your addiction to the sport (we’re looking at you, Point Break ), the following list is everything you’ve been aching for, compadre.
Without further delay, here’s 10 of the Dopest Surf Spots in the World (in no particular order):
Although it’s almost as far out as Land’s End, it’s well worth it. Sennen Cove in the United Kingdom’s Cornwall boasts green, rolling hills and an aesthetic that feels “untouched” by the passage of time. It’s not as crowded as similar destinations, and the waves play to a number of skill levels, too.
C’mon, you should have known we weren’t gonna spit out a list of dope-ass surf spots and not feature Hawaii. Reppin' that most famous of archipelagos on this roundup is Maui—specifically, Jaws, the “big bad” of Hawaiian surfing locations. Legend has it the waves here grow to as much as 120 feet, meaning this destination wasn’t even accessible to many before tow-in surfing.
There’s something above for you no matter your boarding skills, so grab your sunglasses and sunscreen and get to it!