Star Surf Camp Spain
Spain: Cantabria - East
Stunning beaches, perfect waves and breath-taking views are all just a stone’s throw from your surf camp that’s pitched among the gorgeous hills of Cantabria.
Amenities & Activities
Stand Up Paddle
Join Us on a Coastal Adventure!
With no age or ability limitations, how about you join us in venturing out along the beautiful coast of the Bay of Biscay, admiring the marine life as you glide over the turquoise waters?
And if you’re on a tight schedule and can’t join our groups, we’re flexible and happy to arrange a private trip that suits your time and needs. Or you want to make SUPing your own little adventure? Also no problem, equipment rental is included in the price of your stay so grab a board, grab a paddle and go explore, we recommend to go for a sunset paddle for the ultimate relaxing end of your day in the sun.
Beach Cruiser Trips
Explore and Discover the Oyambre Area!
Grab one of our brand new beach cruisers to explore the beautiful landscape around our surf camp. Oyambre Natural Park has great bike trails in all directions with stunning panoramic views! And with several little towns close by, those of you joining us without a car can get to shops and restaurants in no time.
Challenge Our Star Surf Team to a match!
Do we need to say more? Challenge us to an exciting match of beach volleyball or join us for a game on our compsite volleyball court!
Our relaxed and social entertainment schedule in Oyambre is suited to all ages and adjustable to the weather and your preferences. Next to surfing and SUPing, some of our weekly highlights are our sunset Yoga sessions on the beach, a bike trip to the gorgeous and historic town of Comillas, a day of beach games, our delicious wine, cheese and tapas session, a BBQ, a volleyball tournament, surf theory lessons and a surf movie night, a sunset session on the beach with music and drinks and many, many other fantastic opportunities for you to relax or mix and mingle.
On top of that, there’s plenty more to do in and outside the camp. Relax and read that book that’s been sitting on your shelf for months in our comfortable hammocks and sun loungers, try our outdoor balance trainers and brand new skate- and longboards, or use one of our lovely beach cruisers for a trip along the trails of Oyambre Natural Park.
Beach Cruiser Trip to Comillas
Located in the North of Spain, the picturesque town of Comillas is situated among the beautiful green hills of Cantabria. Nestling between the majestic mountain range of the Picos de Europa and the azure lagoons of the Bay of Biscay, the village derives its authentic Spanish charm from its historic sites, striking architecture, delicious eateries and delightful local shops.
On entering Comillas, the city enchants its visitors with a rustic harbour, red cobbled streets and a lively centre with traditional Cantabrian shops and restaurants. We come here to indulge in some delicious Spanish tapas, to saunter through one of the charming handcrafted jewellery or clothes shops or to visit one of the little art galleries or museums. Named an important cultural, historic and artistic centre, follow us along Comillas’ little cobblestoned roads up to Antoni Gaudí’s stunning Villa Quijano – better known among locals as “El Capricho”, the whim. In true Gaudí fashion, the former summer residence of Don Máximo Díaz de Quijano is showered with colour and has a cylindrical look-out point covered in ceramic sunflower tiles which makes the vivid building unique and a sight not to be missed. Comillas’ most impressive and arguably most beautiful landmark towers over the charming village in the West: The former Pontifical University is an extraordinary architectural construction and, from our point of view, most striking when lit in the evening.
Comillas’ magnificent location, fascinating history and enchanting atmosphere make our trip here a weekly highlight and, surely, an adventure not to be missed!
For the golfers among us, there’s a nine-hole golf course right outside our surf camp overlooking the beautiful northern Spanish coastline.
Having a car in this area can be an advantage if, for example, you’d like to see the stunning coastal town of San Vicente de la Barquerawith lots of shops, authentic restaurants and a lovely little harbour for you to explore.
Spain’s oldest national park, Picos de Europa, with its three impressive limestone massif is also within driving distance and will certainly leave you speechless.