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a-frame El Palmar

 

The a-frame surf camp is situated close to the beach of El Palmar in southern Spain not far away from Cádiz. El Palmar is a long

beach break with lots of peaks and frequent offshore winds. In case conditions are bad many other spots can easily be accessed

in the surrounding area. Besides surfing you can also attend yoga courses. 

 

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The surf camp

 

A-frame offers single and double rooms in the “casa” and a studio apartment. The main casa is the surf camp’s meeting point,

where also meals are served. From the terrace you have a splendid ocean view. At good sight you can even see Morocco.

 

Casa
Apartment for 4 people max. with two bedrooms which can be rented as single or double rooms. There is a kitchen with stove,

fridge, microwave and washing machine. Living room with dining table, sofa, TV and chimney; bathroom and toilet.

 

Studio
One-room-apartment for two persons. Kitchen unit, stove, fridge, microwave. Dining table, sofa, TV and chimney; bathroom and toilet.

 

Main casa
Meeting point for all common activities. The house is always open for everybody. This is where breakfast and dinner are served..
Cosy furnishing, surfing magazines and books, games, DVDs, Playstation, TV etc.

 

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Surf

 

Normally, the surf camp’s spot is El Palmar, one of the best beach breaks in Andalusia with very good sandbanks and a constant swell.

The conditions are best between October and May. Waves up to 3 metres, mostly empty line-up, suited for beginners and advanced

surfers. Other spots in the area are Cádiz City, Chiclana, Roche, Conil, Canos de Meca, Barbate and Tarifa.

 

A-frame offer five-day surfing courses for beginners, intermediates and advanced surfers. They include practice and theory, a special

fitness programme, video analysis, board and wetsuit. The maximal number of participants is 8.
 

Prices

 

The „surfing package“ includes accommodation and surfing course – from October to May (arrival on Fridays) – with 7x breakfast,

7x lunch and 5x dinner. Furthermore a-frame offer a „self-catering package“ and an „individualist package“ (without  surfing course).

Finally there are special offers for families.


Prices depend on the chosen package and the time of the year.

• surfing package: from 450€ to 525€ per person and week
• self-catering package: from 350€ to 395€ per person and week
• individualist package: from 330€ to 380€ per person and week
• prolongation week from 430€ / 330€ /330€ p.p.

 

Transfer from Jerez de la Frontera airport: 40€ one-way p.p. (only one person), 20€ one-way p.p. (two persons) and 15€ one-way

p.p. (three or more persons).


Region

 

Strength is in tranquility...

The small seaside town of Palmar has not been touched by mass tourism yet. Gorgeous places on the white sand beaches, fincas,

farms, sunshine and perfect waves make this location very special. Apart from couple of restaurants, cafés and supermarkets, this is a

place of total ease and comfort.

If you do not want to get away from it all completely, you should not miss out on the city of Cádiz which is only 50 kilometers away.

The approximately 3000 year old town is totally encircled by water and attracts with many historic buildings, winding alleys and

beautiful squares.

 

How to get there

 

The closest airport is Jerez de la Frontera.

You can also fly to Seville (1hr 30mins away) or to Malaga (2hrs 30mins away) and get a rental car or bus to Conil or El Palmar.
Flights to Seville and especially Malaga are often much cheaper so that you should compare prices.
If you can safe 80€ flying to Malaga you’ll save enough to rent a car.

 

Languages spoken

 

German, English, Spanish

 

Homepage

 

a-frame El Palmar (German) 

 

All information without engagement.

Effective: Feb 25th, 2010


 
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