Fuerteventura North surf guide

Surf forecast tomorrow - Overview

Morning AM: not so good
2 kW - 7 s0.8 m NNW cross 24 km/h N
Afternoon PM: bad
2 kW - 8 s0.7 m N cross 26 km/h N

Tomorrow, expect low power waves, with fairly strong cross wind.

low - 06:22 high - 12:36 low - 18:37 Tide

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Spots: Esquinzo, Piedra Playa.

Morning AM: not so good
2 kW - 7 s0.8 m NNW cross-on 24 km/h N
Afternoon PM: not so good
2 kW - 8 s0.7 m N cross-on 26 km/h N

Tomorrow, expect low power waves, with fairly strong cross-on wind.

low - 06:22 high - 12:36 low - 18:37 Tide

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Spots: Punta Gorda, Punta Blanca, La Derecha, El Hierro.

Morning AM: not so good
2 kW - 8 s0.7 m NNW onshore 22 km/h NNE
Afternoon PM: not so good
2 kW - 8 s0.7 m NNW onshore 25 km/h N

Tomorrow, expect very low power waves, with fairly strong onshore wind.

low - 06:22 high - 12:36 low - 18:37 Tide

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Spots: Majanicho, La Caleta, Generosa, Punta Elena.

Morning AM: bad
0 kW - 4 s0.4 m NE cross-on 22 km/h NNE
Afternoon PM: bad
1 kW - 4 s0.5 m NE cross-on 24 km/h NNE

Tomorrow, expect very low power waves, with fairly strong cross-on wind.

low - 06:22 high - 12:36 low - 18:37 Tide

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Map of the area covered by this forecast, and nearby surf spots

Spots: Entubadera, Flag beach, El Burro, Playa Del Moro.

Surfing in Fuerteventura North

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Which spot to practice and improve your surfing?

Surfing more consistently requires practicing on many waves.

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Where to find the perfect wave as an intermediate?

As a more experienced surfer, you might be looking for challenging waves.

Here are 7 spots where to perfect your art.

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Fancy a quality right-hander?

A protected reef-break to fall back to on bigger days - for intermediates+.

Catches less swell, but the wave quality is worth the wait...

Majanicho inside Essentials spot guide

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Are you familiar with Punta Blanca?

Popular reef-break spot among improvers, tends to always have a wave that breaks.

Often choppy, crowded, some love it, some hate it

Punta Blanca Essentials spot guide

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Fancy a nice left-hander?

La Caleta is a small reef break spot working well when the swell comes from the North.

Suitable for intermediate and advanced surfers.

La Caleta Essentials spot guide

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Is West Coast the Best?

Piedra Playa is a popular beach break.

It features a steep, fast wave which is fun to ride in small conditions.

Piedra Playa Essentials spot guide

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Need tips about Fuerteventura North?

Checkout our guide introducing surfers to the North of the island.

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Safety fundamentals for total beginners

Safety fundamentals for total beginners

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Positioning concepts

Positioning concepts

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Surfing in crowded spots

Surfing in crowded spots

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Surf etiquette

Surf etiquette

Surf etiquette is the set of rules makingmakes surf safe and fun for everyone.

Barefoot Surf* has a very detailed article about it, we recommend you check it out.

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Always check how the conditions are by yourself once you reach the surf spot, and only go to the water when you are very confident that it is safe for your own level.

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Made with 🖤 in El Cotillo. Last updated: 19 May 2024.