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swell and warm water the year round for surfing, bodyboarding, kitesurfing, waveskiing
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Among all the other water sports, Guadeloupe offers several surf spots. Surfers and Body surfers can practise their favorite sport all around the year.

The surf season lasts from October until May, but the other months can offer ideal conditions too. The waves break on coral, lava or rock reefs. In winter they'll be of 1,5m to 2,5m. The Trade Winds, blowing nearly the whole year, are more intense in spring/summer, where you'll meet swell of 1m to 2m. The small height difference between the tides allows surfing the same spot all day long.
During hurricane season (September and October), experienced surfers will enjoy the exceptional swell following or preceeding hurricanes arising in the Caribbean!

News from Guadeloupean Surf

French surf Championship 2016
The Championship was held in Biarritz on the French Atlantic Southcoast. The Guadeloupean surfers did a very good job. Double winner Martin Maroudian in bodybaord, silver medal for Charly Martin in Surf Open, winners in Junior girls and boys: Nina Reynal and Léo-Paul Etienne, Thomas Debierre gold in Surf Cadets, first place for Lucas Desmoucelle in Surf minimes, 2nd places for Léo-Paul Etienne in Stand Up Paddle Open and Jérémy Arnoux in Bodyboard Open who also made a 3rd place in Bodyboard drop knee.
Guadeloupe ranks second in the Championship behind the region Aquitaine with 4 gold medals, 5 silver medals, 2 bronze medals
The complete rankings here !


Thomas Debierre wins the Caparica Junior Pro on March 26, 2016
The young Guadeloupean surfer from the French Junior Team won twice this saturday in Portugal: at only 15 years of age he is first in a Pro Junior and takes the first place in the European ranking.


Championship Guadeloupe 5-7 March 2016
The 85 qualified Guadeloupean surfers and bodyboarders faught for the 10 titles in the Guadeloupean Championship 2016 on the waves of Le Moule.
Small waves for the expected victories, confirmed by Benjamin Paul CHORT and minor Nahia Milhau who performed the hat trick by winning all cups, 4 in total, as well as the Championship.
Surf Open has been won by Thomas Debierre (junior vice-champion) ahead of his coach Jimmy Lenormand and his friend and partner Leo-Paul Etienne (junior surf champion)
Double victory for Camille Lavocat surf junior and surf Open and Martin Mouradian in bodyboard Open and Dropknee.


The Free flight Committee of Guadeloupe and the Northern Islands (LVLGIN) has been recently created. A championship of Flysurf will be held in 2016, first leg in Saint Martin February 13/14, a leg in Guadeloupe in June.

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