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  • Surf Italy - great fun when the conditions are right!
  • A great addition to your Italy cruise
  • Discover surfing hotspots around the country
  Italy may not get the huge waves and reliable swells of other European surfing hotspots like the French or Spanish Atlantic coast, but surfing in Italy can still be pleasant, especially in the winter months. The European surfing community still holds onto the belief that it’s impossible to surf in Italy - you just need to visit some of the best surf beaches around the Ligurian or Sardinian coast on the right days, when the mistral blows just right, to realize that you can indeed surf in Italy! To make matters even better, the best conditions for surfing in Italy can be found in the low season - think between November and February, when it’s chilly and windy, but the waves are perfect. Some of the best Italian surf can be found in Liguria and Sardinia. The main surf hotspots in Liguria are Varazze, where you can also surf at night under the floodlights, and Levanto, a village not far from Cinque Terre where you can supposedly surf 150 days a year. In Sardinia, the best surf can be found in Capo Mannu, a windy beach on the Oristano coast.   Keep browsing our listings to explore surfing in Italy and Italy private cruises!


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