Guide to Cuba Surfing Holidays

This is slightly embarrassing, as we have not written the Cuba surfing page yet – sorry about that! However Cuba is at number 163 in the most popular surf countries on Despite not writing this page yet there may well be surfing in Cuba articles below so be sure to scroll down and check.

Our intention is to only publish information that is useful about surfing in Cuba, we not be one of those frustrating sites that post awful auto-generated text pretending they are knowledgeable. Of course what you are reading is auto-generated but we are being honest about it so hopefully you will forgive us.

On average we publish 30 new pages each month on Our aim is to be a great resource for fellow surfers with useful information about surfing worldwide. So if you could provide a write up for this Cuba surf page or about other surf destinations then please get in touch – if its good enough we may pay you to write more.

We plan to publish blog posts by surf companies about surfing lessons and day trips plus articles about Cuba surfing holidays. Please get in touch if you own or work for a surfing company as I am sure we can work together to help promote your business either for free or through one of our paid options.


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