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Exciting Surf and Yoga Retreat Spain

Join Lanzasurf and learn to surf or improve your level in a more intensive way, while also keeping free time for other activities such as yoga, horseback riding, and skate in the afternoons! The surf center is open every day, all year round! So what are you waiting for? Come and experience the amazing waves of Spain as you relax in between with yoga!

Meet the instructors

Evandro, Gordon, & Dejan
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  • 5 days of yoga classes
  • 5 days of surf lessons and practice
  • Use of surf board and wetsuit included
  • Experience a great and amazing holiday with your family
  • Daily tasty energy-packed snacks
  • 6 nights accommodation

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate

Yoga styles

5 days with instruction in English
The organizer also speaks: French, Portuguese, Spanish
Group size: Maximum of 7 participants
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  • Shopping
  • Bar
  • Kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Multilingual staff
  • Restaurant
  • Smoke-free property
  • Terrace
  • Yoga studio
  • Bicycle rental
  • Car rental
  • Convenience / grocery store
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Internet access
  • Laundry
  • Wireless internet

You will stay in Lanzasurf Surf School. It is a great place to socialize with other surfers and to make the most of what Famara has to offer! The surf house is like a small hostel, self-catered and right in front of the beach across the dunes. It has direct sea and mountain views. Sunbathe and throw a barbecue in the dunes! Internet wireless connection is available.


Lanzasurf has developed a teaching system that is adaptable to all student types and levels. During this surf camp, if you learn fast, they will speed things up. But if you do not want to rush, do not worry for they will take it slow.

Either way, Lanzasurf will always teach with passion and use all their experience to ensure your time with them is productive, fun, and unforgettable. All Lanzasurf surfing classes include a theoretical and a practical part and will cover the following topics depending on your level:

  • Evolving safely in the water
  • Basic safety and priority rules
  • Understanding how the spot works (wind, tide, swell, rip currents, getting in, and out etc.)
  • Position on the board
  • Paddling technique
  • Handling the white water
  • Takeoff and timing
  • Position on the wave
  • Getting to the line-up, duck diving
  • Reading and following the wave
  • Basic turns
  • Handling different types of waves, reef breaks
  • Advanced maneuvers
  • Improving and perfecting your style

Daily schedule

  • 10:00 Meet at the school to get ready to go the beach
  • 10:10 Go down to the beach with your group to start the theory and practical surf lessons
  • 12:30 Start of the 45-minute break to have a picnic, recharge batteries, and rest at the beach
  • 13:00 Warm up for the afternoon surf class
  • 15:00 Go back to the surf school and receive diplomas
  • 18:30 Yoga lesson at the studio
  • 19:30 Have dinner, explore the island, socialize, and have fun!

How to prepare for the surf camp

You do not need any specific preparation before the surf camp. However, if you have surfed before, you will know that a good physical condition can have a great influence on your progression.

If you feel like getting in shape before the camp, running, swimming, and practicing yoga are all great ways to build up resistance and strength while also improving your breathing capacity, all of which can make a big difference in your surfing performance.


Evandro Muñoz de Medeiros

Gordon Carey


Retreat location

This retreat will take place in Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain. Lanzarote, or “Lanza” as locals call it, is the most easterly island of the Canary archipelago, which belongs to Spain. It is located in the Atlantic Ocean, 100 kilometers west of the African coast and approximately 1,000 kilometers south of mainland Spain.

Lanzarote is the most volcanic of the Canary Islands. Its magnetic, almost lunar landscape boasts over 200 kilometers of coastline and countless beaches, together with the charm of its architecture, exclusively low-rise houses, all painted white with either blue or green woodwork, make it truly different from any other island of the archipelago.

Aside from being a Mecca for all surf, kitesurf, windsurf, stand-up-paddle, diving, snorkelling, fishing, and sailing enthusiasts, Lanzarote is a great playground for earth sports such as cycling, mountain biking, trekking, quad, horse riding, golfing or simply enjoying a relaxing time in one of the island’s many spa centers.

The incredible quality of surf in Lanzarote has earned the island the nickname of “European Hawaii”, with a variety of spots for surfers of all levels. Any time of the year is good for surfing on the island, especially from September to December. These months are traditionally favored by experimented surfers as they receive the biggest swells.

While the summer waves tend to be smaller. In any case, the island’s many spots make it possible to surf great waves all year round and offer good options whatever the swell, wind, and tide conditions.

surf areas

Caleta Caballo

The bay of Caleta Caballo offers a variety of reef breaks: two mellow rights, one short, and the other longer with some small barrels, and a long mellow left.

Caleta de Famara

El Cagao has short, fast reef break of excellent quality for surfers of all levels left and right. El Muell has fast and long reef break that is perfect for barrels and maneuvers left and right. El Barco, on the other hand, has incredibly long and mellow left and right reef breaks, perfect for longboards, stand-up-paddles, and beginner surfers starting to ride unbroken waves.

Famara beach has countless left and right, beach and reef breaks for all levels, set in an amazing landscape with the Risco mountain in the background.

El Quemao

The island’s most famous wave, and one of the world’s most powerful for its very fast and hollow reef break left and right.

Jameos del Agua

Impressive left reef break with two sections, the first one breaking out to sea and connecting to the second section on big days, to form the longest wave on the island. The second section is perfect for barrels and maneuvers and breaks in turquoise waters.

La Garita Beach, Arrieta

Numerous short and fast shore break peaks set on a beautiful, animated beach with a pier, skate park, beach volley and soccer grounds, a bar, and a restaurant.

La Santa

La Santa left reef break of impressive quality, perfect 364 days of the year, long, hollow, and powerful, good for manoeuvers and barrels, left and right. La Santa center magic reef break is an easy, mellow, and long wave that is perfect for manoeuvers and some small barrels left. La Santa right reef break is incredibly long and powerful wave that is good for maneuvers and barrels and can handle very large swells right.

Orzola Beach

Another beautiful break located to the extreme north of the island, on a beach adjacent to the small fishermen’s village of Orzola. Long, easy break starting on the reef and ending on the shore

San Juan

San Juan has been chosen to host a leg of the world’s championship thanks to its very long left reef break, perfect for maneuvers and barrels, which connects to a second and third peak on the best days. The beach’s beauty is unspoiled, with a natural pool that is perfect for swimming and snorkeling.

Unique features


  • Hiking
  • Horse riding
  • Surfing
  • Swimming


  • Beach


  • Board rental
  • Tour assistance
  • Wireless internet


The price includes a daily energy-packed snack at the beach after the morning session.

The following meals are included:

  • Snacks

Things to do (optional)

Lanzarote has many amazing places to visit for anyone in the family. Whether you come for a surfing week or longer, you will always find something to see or do in Lanzarote. This island is full of surprises that can open your eyes! Follow this guide for a successful and enjoyable stay in Lanzarote.

Horseriding activity through the mountains

Skate lessons twice a week before yoga classes

Admire the panorama at the Mirador del Rio

The Mirador del Rio is a remarkable viewpoint located at the northern end of the island of Lanzarote next to the village of Haria.

Contemplate the lunar landscape of Timanfaya

The mountains of Timanfaya are part of a vast area affected by volcanic eruptions that took place in Lanzarote between 1730 and 1736, and later, in 1824. The volcanoes in Timanfaya are still active! Here, you will feel as if you are on another planet!

Eat a cactus burger in the Cactus Garden

Located in the north of the island of Lanzarote, have a look at the latest space work of César Manrique and the cactus garden before you sit on the terrace while savoring a sumptuous cactus burger.

Hiking the volcano La Corona

Located in Ye, in the north of the island, the volcano La Corona, is one of the largest volcanoes of the island that dominates a vast lava field, the Malpaís de la Corona. A beautiful walk with easy access, an impressive crater and a beautiful view of the sea.

Jump in one of the natural pools of Los Charcones

During your stay in Lanzarote, this is a place that should not be missed. No guide speaks about it and it's a shame! The landscape of Los Charcones is a feast for the eyes with its many natural pools of clear water where you can jump cliffs and admire the fish!

Rave about the work of César Manrique in Jameos Del Agua

Another unmissable work of César Manrique, Los Jameos Del Agua! These open-air underground caves are a natural site shaped by man into a work of art. In addition to being a work of art, you can also attend many concerts in its auditorium. Try the Lanzarote experience and you will be seduced by these timeless landscapes!

Shopping at Teguise's market

Stroll on Sunday morning at the Teguise market before stopping to listen to live music and sip lemonade while eating some tapas at La Cantina.

Take the ferry to Graciosa

If you have to see at least one thing during your holidays in Lanzarote it is La Graciosa! The Graciosa is simply a haven of peace where you will find all the tranquillity you need to escape your daily life. There is only one village on this island, the rest is full of nature, white sand, turquoise water, and of course, volcanoes!

Travel the wine road and stop at El Grifo

One of the most beautiful discoveries to be made on this magical island of Lanzarote is undoubtedly the wine road that goes from Yaiza to the El Grifo museum. This road is simply beautiful, with its black and green colors! Then stop by the El Grifo Museum to discover all the wine culture of the island and enjoy a glass of wine accompanied by a cheeseboard.

What's included

  • 5 days of yoga and surf lessons
  • Board and wetsuit rental
  • Third party liability insurance
  • Diploma
  • Photos during classes
  • Daily snacks
  • 6 nights accommodation

What's not included

  • Flights
  • Airport and local transfers (129 EUR per week)
  • Towels
  • Additional meals
  • Optional activities such as skate lessons and horse riding

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Lanzarote Airport (ACE). Transfer from and to this airport is available upon request for an additional cost of 129 EUR per week. This option is also great to get around the island and explore.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 14% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.

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