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A life-changing surf adventure awaits you

Have you been yearning for an adventure which holds a mixture of rich cultural heritage, a great social scene and a mass of diversified surf spots? If so, then Spain is the perfect choice. From the largest waves on the Canary Islands and the coast of the Bay of Biscay to calmer ones on Costa De La Luz – this country has it all. With LUEX you can choose from multiple medium range and budget surf camps located right on the beach and discover the pure and beautiful realness of Spain.

Can you surf here during COVID-19?

Disclaimer: We're trying our very best to keep up with the latest global travel restrictions. Our updates summarise changes reported by various sources, but with the ever-changing nature of the situation, please take this information as a guide only.

No restrictions
Residents of the following countries can enter without or just limited restrictions:
  • Currently there is no data about countries in this group.
Some restrictions
Residents of the following countries can enter, but with specific protocols:
  • Germany

    Entry Restrictions in Spain

    • If you are traveling to Spain from Botswana, Brazil, Colombia, Comoros, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Peru, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia or Zimbawe, you are subject to 14 days in quarantine

    • You need to provide a negative PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test result, taken within 72h of your arrival. Tests need to be in English, French, German or Spanish. This does not apply to kids under 6 years old and passengers arriving from a list of selected countries.

    • All passengers need to complete a FCS Health Control Form. The completed form generates a QR code that needs to be presented to health personnel on arrival. Find the form here.

    • All passengers are subject to medical screening on arrival

    Updated on April 19, 2021

    Germany - Spain Trip Specific Restrictions

    There are a few important points travelers from Germany should keep in mind before heading off to Spain.

    Some areas in Spain have been removed from the high risk areas. If you are returning home from Castilla-La Mancha, Valencia, Balearic Islands, La Roja and Murcia you don’t need to quarantine. If you are returning back to Germany from anywhere else in Spain (Canary Islands included) you are subject to quarantine.

    Example Scenario for returning from Spain

    1. Register at www.einreiseanmeldung.de before entering Germany

    2. Carry proof of registration with you

    3. Get tested - Check section above for more info on testing options

    4. Proceed directly to your destination after entering the country

    5. Quarantine (or not) depending on where in Spain you are traveling from.

  • Switzerland

    Entry Restrictions in Spain

    • If you are traveling to Spain from Botswana, Brazil, Colombia, Comoros, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Peru, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia or Zimbawe, you are subject to 14 days in quarantine

    • You need to provide a negative PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test result, taken within 72h of your arrival. Tests need to be in English, French, German or Spanish. This does not apply to kids under 6 years old and passengers arriving from a list of selected countries.

    • All passengers need to complete a FCS Health Control Form. The completed form generates a QR code that needs to be presented to health personnel on arrival. Find the form here.

    • All passengers are subject to medical screening on arrival

    Updated on April 19, 2021

    Switzerland - Spain Trip Specific Restrictions

    There are a few important points travelers from Switzerland should keep in mind before heading off to Spain.

    Good news, there’s currently no quarantine necessary when returning from Spain. Make sure you have a valid PCR test and filled out the required paperwork before arrival.

  • Austria

    Entry Restrictions in Spain

    • If you are traveling to Spain from Botswana, Brazil, Colombia, Comoros, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Peru, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia or Zimbawe, you are subject to 14 days in quarantine

    • You need to provide a negative PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test result, taken within 72h of your arrival. Tests need to be in English, French, German or Spanish. This does not apply to kids under 6 years old and passengers arriving from a list of selected countries.

    • All passengers need to complete a FCS Health Control Form. The completed form generates a QR code that needs to be presented to health personnel on arrival. Find the form here.

    • All passengers are subject to medical screening on arrival

    Updated on April 19, 2021

    Austria - Spain Trip Specific Restrictions

    There are a few important points travelers from Austria should keep in mind before heading off to Spain.

    Spain is currently considered a high risk area and all travelers returning home are subject to 10 days in quarantine. After 5 days of quarantine at the earliest, you can get a PCR or antigen test. If negative, you won’t have to finish your quarantine. All tests will be at your own expense.

No travel allowed from these countries
Residents of the following countries are currently not allowed to enter:
  • United Kingdom

    Entry Restrictions in Spain

    • If you are traveling to Spain from Botswana, Brazil, Colombia, Comoros, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Peru, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia or Zimbawe, you are subject to 14 days in quarantine

    • You need to provide a negative PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test result, taken within 72h of your arrival. Tests need to be in English, French, German or Spanish. This does not apply to kids under 6 years old and passengers arriving from a list of selected countries.

    • All passengers need to complete a FCS Health Control Form. The completed form generates a QR code that needs to be presented to health personnel on arrival. Find the form here.

    • All passengers are subject to medical screening on arrival

    Updated on April 19, 2021

    UK - Spain Trip Specific Restrictions

    There are a few important points travelers from the UK should keep in mind before heading off to Spain.

    Flights are currently suspended until March 30st. We’ll keep you up-to-date if anything changes.

  • United States

    Entry Restrictions in Spain

    • If you are traveling to Spain from Botswana, Brazil, Colombia, Comoros, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Peru, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia or Zimbawe, you are subject to 14 days in quarantine

    • You need to provide a negative PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test result, taken within 72h of your arrival. Tests need to be in English, French, German or Spanish. This does not apply to kids under 6 years old and passengers arriving from a list of selected countries.

    • All passengers need to complete a FCS Health Control Form. The completed form generates a QR code that needs to be presented to health personnel on arrival. Find the form here.

    • All passengers are subject to medical screening on arrival

    Updated on April 19, 2021

    USA - Spain Trip Specific Restrictions

    There are a few important points travelers from the US should keep in mind before heading off to Spain.

    International Tourism is currently suspended. We’ll keep you up-to-date if anything changes.

  • Australia

    Entry Restrictions in Spain

    • If you are traveling to Spain from Botswana, Brazil, Colombia, Comoros, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Peru, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia or Zimbawe, you are subject to 14 days in quarantine

    • You need to provide a negative PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test result, taken within 72h of your arrival. Tests need to be in English, French, German or Spanish. This does not apply to kids under 6 years old and passengers arriving from a list of selected countries.

    • All passengers need to complete a FCS Health Control Form. The completed form generates a QR code that needs to be presented to health personnel on arrival. Find the form here.

    • All passengers are subject to medical screening on arrival

    Updated on April 19, 2021

    Australia - Spain Trip Specific Restrictions

    There are a few important points travelers from Australia should keep in mind before heading off to Spain.

    People living in Australia are currently not able to travel overseas until June 17, 2021, unless granted an exemption. We'll keep you up-to-date as good as we can with the latest information and changes.

For more information please check our COVID-19 info page or visit the official website
Why Book with Us

LUEX offers the most extensive and best selection of surf trips worldwide.

Provider independence and quality are our mission.

Our goal is that our customers can find the perfect surf trip, tailored to their needs, in one place.

All our experts are surfers and part of the lifestyle.

Our experts know the destinations/spots personally or are in close contact with local surfers or suppliers.

We are supplier-independent. We only offer trips that fit the needs of our customers.

We guarantee to beat any price on the market.

It is not cheaper to book directly with the supplier.

We do not charge a fee for our expert advice.

We offer professional booking tools for our customers.

Secure payment functions for all currencies.

Payment options for groups and instalments.

You're talking to real people, not automated chats or bots.

We'll stand up for you when the going gets rough.

We are insiders and want you to enjoy the surf lifestyle as much as we do.

Your experts

Surfers for Surfers! What makes LUEX stand out from the crowd is our team’s competence and personal approach to YOU.

We all surf and understand YOUR Needs. Combined with our intimate knowledge of each location we will find and tailor YOUR perfect Surf Holiday.

Be Aware

The land of arguably the best left on the planet needs a little bit of planning, depending on the region you would like to visit. If you head up to the Basque Country and the Northern part of Spain for example, waves are scattered all across the coast and it takes a little bit of driving AND advanced map reading skills to find them all. If your final destination is the Canary Islands, you might be in for a few connections and domestic flights which maybe doesn’t work in your favor budget wise. No matter where you’re headed, LUEX will take care of all the planning so all you have to do is to brush up on your Spanish and pack your boards for a trip of a lifetime.

What our customers say

"Very close from the great spot of Doniños (they lend skateboards if you want), amazing staff, good vibe, good lessons for beginners (my wife discovered surf there and fell in love with it), it was so nice to chill on the terrasse at night or to watch surf videos on the big screen."

Sébastien
(The Camp Doniños)

"If your beginner than this is sure a great place to go. Instructoros put a lot of effort on teaching us the right technic, positioning on the wave,...They always picked a good spot for learning..."

Seba
(surfSOULution Fuerteventura)

"If you're looking for a place where you could easily combine surfing whit awesome parties, then you found the right place. There was pretty cool gang of people to hang out with. Guys from all over the Europe, all looking for party an waves"

Jure
(Stoke San Sebastian Surf Camp)

"Just finished 5 days of lessons at Camino at Camping Valdovino - the campsite and surf camp were super chilled, the Camino team really friendly, and our lessons with Emily were fantastic - met some great people, wish we could have stayed longer!"

Dan
(Camino Surf Valdovino)

4 reasons why you should book a spanish surf trip

01

Pretty simple; surfing in Spain is a lot of fun (and cheap)

Spain remains one of the best value destinations in Europe for a surf getaway. The Spanish are known for the incredible parties and nightlife so when it’s time to pull your board out the water, rest assured you will be trading one set of exhilarating surf for another set – Spanish nightlife!

A regular Spanish night out rarely starts before 10 pm and carries on well into the next morning. Festivals in Spain are the wildest you could ever hope to be invited to. Loads of dancing in the streets, liters of amazing Sangria, and strangers celebrating together like lifelong friends. All for a lot less than you could ever imagine.

02

Cantabria is a gem for surfers

Picturesque mountains, verdant valleys, sandy beaches, and famous prehistoric caves. That's Cantabria. A whimsical walk through the peaceful countryside, glorious Picos de Europa Mountains with inspiring trails, good food, few tourists, a cordial welcome and incredible waves is what you can expect when you head to this stunning section of Spain.

03

Spain has accommodation for every kind of surftravel

A surfing adventure in Spain is not one for a particular group. Instead, LUEX offers as many accommodation options as can be dreamed up. From 5-star hotel offerings in the Canary Islands providing exceptional cuisine and spa facilities to Stylish hostel living near San Sebastian, mixing traditional with modern, offering a host of amenities for every desire. And did we mention how it is to a variety of breaks for surfers of all ages and level? Or perhaps you want a glamping experience in Cantabria? We have all the options you could think of, and more!

04

The best beaches in Europe are in Spain

With more than 5000 miles of coastline, Spain has thousands of beaches, from tiny rocky coves to long strips of golden sand. Add to that more Blue Flag status beaches than you could ever demand, the surf is great, the water is pure and the beaches are not surprisingly ranked as the best in the world. The only thing missing is you.

It doesn't stop here...We have plenty more on offer for you...check out all of our Surf Trips