5 of the Best Surf Camps in Lanzarote & Fuerteventura

by Roisin McAuley  |  Updated March 22, 2023

The Canary Islands provide some of Spain’s best surfing locations: Lanzarote and Fuerteventura.

Surfers from all over head to the beaches of the Canary Islands (Photo: Mareike Liese via Flickr, CC BY 2.0)

Lanzarote’s Famara Beach is a surfing hub hidden within the Natural Park of the Chinijo Archipelago; over in Fuerteventura, the island’s year-round warm climate is complemented by constant winds, making perfect surfing conditions. Below we’ve selected five of the best surf camps from these surf hotspots, taking into account price, activities and reviews.


Combine surf, yoga and stand-up paddle boarding at School3s, based between Famara and Playa Chica. This relaxing camp is particularly popular with beginners and offers four, eight or fifteen-day retreats from March through December. All lessons are taken by certified instructors who balance both theoretical and practicl aspects of the sport. Included in the price is all equipment rental: board, wetsuit and yoga mats, alongside private or shared accommodation in the school’s surf house. From €210.

Lanzasurf on Famara Beach

Surf the Canary Islands beatiful coastline (Photo:

Relaxation and building your surf experience are top priorities at the Lanzasurf Surf School. Combing surf classes with yoga, massage and meditation in seven-day surf vacations, the camp offers year-round packages to those of all ages, with all levels of experience. You’ll head out onto the waves in the late morning with a qualified instructor who’ll identify the best waves, help you catch them, and give feedback to improve your surfing technique. Equipment rental is included in the price, as is accommodation at Lanzasurf’s Surf House in Famara. From €510.