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Be captivated by the ocean’s beauty.

For surfing lovers, San Blas is a paradise to practice this activity where the person merges with the sea riding the board. Here you can find challenging and tempting waves at every beach around, including the one considered by Guinness World Records as the longest wave in the world.

Surfer ambiance is for everyone. Even if you don’t know how to surf, you can take lessons with available instructors and visit the beaches of Las Islitas and Platanitos with smooth and gentle “beginner” waves.

On the beaches of San Blas you will find palapas equipped for camping and lodging options.

Stoner Point Break at Playa Las Islitas

Famous among surfers worldwide. At Stoner Point Break you’ll find a unique wave for advanced surfing enthusiasts that only occurs in summer and is famous for its strength. Stoner Point Break is located at the end of Las Islitas beach.

On this dazzling beach you will encounter what was recognized by Guinness World Records as the longest wave in the world, a gentle but widespread wave. Almost a kilometer long, you can cross it while you surf or just enjoy the beautiful views.

Santa Cruz de Miramar

The waves at La Campana are powerful and could become dangerous for those who have no experience; however, for experts they are certainly a fun and exciting challenge with a few rocks surrounded by a spectacular setting. This is excitement for professionals.


This beach is located towards the end of the Bay of Matanchén and is characterized by a very nice place to relax, have fun and enjoy a relaxed surfing spot.

Borrego beach

This is the port of San Blas beach, just five minutes’ walk from the main square and ​​3 kilometers long, flanked at one end by El Pozo estuary and at the other end by San Cristobal estuary, ideal for hiking, surfing, swimming, horseback riding, turtle-releasing during summer months at Aayetsie Wakie camp, or just enjoying a meal under one of the palapas.