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    • Spain's largest city is known for many things - art, culture, and beautiful weather year round being at the forefront - but it also has surf for about 130 days a year. The best months are October through March, though even summer can bring the occasional small swell for logging.

      As with any break in the Mediterranean, timing is key. Local knowledge of the conditions are everything, so don't think you can just pack up your gear and hit the jackpot without first connecting with people in the local scene to get it wired - chances are you will strike out instead of striking gold.

      For an excellent overview of the Barcelona scene, check this article at Drift Surfing, and best of luck in your European travels!

    • Region
      Spain - Mediterranean
    • Created
      Thursday, 10 November 2016
    • 
    • Type of break:
         beach break
    • Bottom contour:
         sand
    • Wave direction:
         left and right
    • Type of wave:
         steep drops
         fast hollow barrels
    • Experience level(s):
         beginner
    • Accessibility:
         parking but crowded
    • Local crowd vibe:
         friendly & laid back
    • Best season(s):
         winter
         fall
    • Best tide:
         mid - rising
         mid - dropping
    • Best wind direction:
         northwest
         west
         southwest
    • Best swell direction:
         southeast
         east
         northeast
    • Hazards:
         heavy shorebreak
         beginners dropping in
    • Crowd level:
         weekend warriors
    • Consistency:
         seasonal
    • Overall rating:
         5
    • Break Admins
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