The last two years we provided surf camps for 14 and more guests. Two groups parallel, beginner to advanced, each week. We had an amazing time but realized it is impossible to go in depth with so many guests at the same time. Most surf camps across the world seem to focus only on beginner and low intermediate surfers. Many surf schools claim to cater for advanced/intermediate surfers as well, however, most of the time these camps lack the expertise and just offer surf guiding without proper analysis and theory. As a surfer progresses, she or he will reach a point where most surf camps can't teach them anything new anymore and the surfer reaches a plateau. We’ve created our intensive, unique surf coachings exactly for this type of surfer.

We decided to size down the group to a maximum of 6 guests per coaching to ensure a high-quality surf coaching which really evolves your surf level in just a week. This gives us the opportunity to focus on these six guests with their different expectations for what to work on.

We are confident to unlock your full surfing potential and fast track your progress during our coaching weeks. Get ready for specialized, intensive and personalized coachings focusing on body mechanics, performance analysis, theoretical lessons, technique, psychology and lots of surf photography. Your surfing will be analyzed into the finest details by our very experienced British head coach Scott and American head coach Tyler.

What is intermediate level?

You are an intermediate surfer if you are inconsistent with catching waves and take off, unsure how to read the waves, have problems with positioning in the line up and have trouble with the bottom turn but are able to surf down the line.

You are no more a beginner but still don’t have full control over your board? Then our intermediate coaching is perfect for you. You will learn how to read the waves better, how to handle the line up, improve your take off and get more insight into improving your bottom turn and further techniques during this week.

What is advanced level?

You are an advanced surfer if you are able to catch and read waves , handle the line up, have a solid take off and no issues with a bottom turn, are able to ride along the wave (right & left) and already able or attempt for technique maneuvers like Cut back, Snap and speed generation.

If you feel stuck on a plateau and you are not improving any further, then our intense advanced technique surf coaching program is definitely right for you!

What does a typical coaching day look like?

Depending on the tide and the weather:

  • breakfast at the Lodge (before or after the session)
  • transport by car (and boat) to the surf spot
  • morning surf session lasting about 2 to 3 hours
  • back to the Lodge
  • depending on time either lunch in peace or during the workshop
  • theory workshop or in-depth photo analysis sessions @Drop In (on a day trip we do the photo analysis at the beach)
  • afternoon/ sunset surf session lasting about 2 to 3 hours
  • dinner at the Lodge
  • during the week you will have around 10 surf sessions in total (rumor has it we are a fun-filled surf bootcamp)
  •  we do surf skate, Q&R sessions, duck dive sessions depending on the group spirit
  • we always have 2 local instructors in the water from 3 guests up
  • Scott or Tyler taking pictures for the first hour and then joining you in the water


  • 7 nights accommodation in our mediterranean bungalows with daily housekeeping
  • 6 intense days of surfing
  •  photo - analysis with FREE pictures to take home
  • daily detailed theory lessons with a lot of input
  • step by step guidance and daily personal feedback
  • duck diving training (on request)
  • transport on surf trips (boat & car)


  • tips, tricks, insider stories & surfing secrets
  • daily breakfast & dinner
  • welcome dinner
  • 1 in-house massage
  • free airport transfer
  • free flowing coffee / tea and water refill
  • free wifi & goodie bag
  • Sunday to Sunday, minimum age is 16

Please bring your own board!

Check out the prices and dates here