Our classes are held at Playa Grande, a stunning beach within the Romelia National Wildlife Refuge.
Playa Grande is protected from the waves and currents of the open ocean, which allows the sandbar to be maintained all year round and thus guarantees good conditions for surfing.
(Other famous surf spots on the west side of the peninsula, like Santa Teresa / Mal Pais are facing the open pacific and are harder to surf, especially in the rainy season when the sand is washed away, and the stones come out.)
Please note that Playa Grande cannot be accessed by vehicles, which makes it also one of the last true pure untouched and protected paradise beaches, where you always just meet a handful other people. The only way to access Playa Grande is through a beautiful path along the beach, called “Sendero el Sueño Verde” (path of the green dream).
Our instructor will tell you lots of great stories about culture and history of our place, so the 25 min walk will be interesting, fun and easier every day. And no worries, our surf boards are stored at Refugio Romelia, so you just have to carry your personal items.