Category Archives: Surfing in Mexico

surfing in mexico can be like a dream come true. some surf spots have magical breaks. the water is still cold because it’s the Pacific Ocean. Surf Mexico for the time of your life. Get down there today.

Surfing in Ensenada

Surfing in Ensenada

In fact, surfing in Ensenada is one of the many reasons vacationers flock to the Baja Peninsula and Pacific coast cities like Ensenada. Novices to world-class surfers love the wave action off the coast of Baja California and Baja California Sur. Continue Reading

Mushrooms

Mushrooms

Just south of Calafia (which is just south of Rosarito itself) is a large white (formerly pink) tower leaning haphazardly to one side. Continue Reading

K-38

K-38

K-38 is one of the most accessible surfing spots in Baja. It is located about 15 minutes south of Rosarito Beach on the free road Continue Reading

Isla de Todos Santos

Isla de Todos Santos

Surf Spot – Todos Santos Baja Todos Santos Location The Islands of Todos Santos (Islas de Todos Santos) are located on the west side of the Baja Peninsula and offer some of the gnarliest waves in the entire area. And they better since they get their nickname – El Martillo (in English: The Hammer) –… Continue Reading

La Fonda

La Fonda

Surfing isn’t all about catching the biggest waves or doing the coolest tricks. In fact, the sport has always been mainly about having fun and chilling with your friends, and that’s exactly what the Baja beach at La Fonda offers Continue Reading

Baja Malibu

Baja Malibu

The name alone should tell you that Baja Malibu is a killer spot to hang out and to surf at. Likening it to Malibu, California, it has the same sandy beaches, small-town vibe, and spitting swells. It’s quite a bit more northern than some of Baja Mexico’s other premiere surfing spots, but it is well… Continue Reading

Surfing in Mexico

Surfing in Mexico

Surfing in Mexico: June to September is the best season! Many of the tournaments and contests are in Baja, but now the beaches are open for the rest of the surfers! Time to tie the long-board on top of the VeeDub and head for a south-facing beach south of the border! Continue Reading