Check out the full surf spot map, add your spots and contribute! As any surfer already knows, waves are what it’s all about. Here we discover just what types of ripple wave board there are out there.
One of the things that make surfing so much of a challenge is that every wave is different. Which wave have you been surfing lately? Beach Break – The beach break is where the waves break on the sandy seabed. This type of wave is the best to start surfing on. A good example of a classic beach break is Hossegor in Southern France which can hold perfect barrels up to 20 feet. Here are some photos of beach breaks. Reeves flick entitled “Point Break” was named after this type of wave!