FREQUENT ASKED QUESTIONS
A lot of stuff goes on at Latas Surf. Here you have a series of answers to questions that you might find useful before you come to stay with us.
Is it a problem to come alone?
Our surfcamp welcomes a lot of solo surfers, and at Latas Surf you will feel at home.
Is there internet at the camp?
Yes, we have 4 wifi routes so you stay connected all the time.
Can I bring my own equipment?
Yes, you can bring your own surf equipment and use our locks during your time at Latas Surf.
How much is a beer?
Can I use your equipment after my surf lessons?
Yes, you can use our surf equipment in the designated hours.
Is there a way to get picked up at the airport?
Yes, airports transfers from Santander and Bilbao can be arranged.
Do you offer yoga?
Yes, you can practice yoga and take our yoga lessons.
What is the daily schedule?
9-10 breakfast; 10-12 Surf lessons; 2-3 Lunch; 4-6 Freesurf; 7-8 Yoga; 8-9 Dinner.
If I already surfed before should I go for a lesson?
Yes, our surf instructors teach all levels, from begginners to intermediate and advanced surfers.
What is going to be offered for Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner?
Healthy food with vegetarian and vegan options specifically cooked so you can recover from long surfing sessions.
How many people per room?
We have three different surf houses with different types of rooms: from double, triple and family rooms to 4/8 people dorm rooms.
Any doubt or specific information needs that you might have, do not hesitate in getting in touch with us. We will be more than happy to help you.
- C/ Arna 131, Somo (Latas), 39140, SANTANDER, Cantabria.
- +34 627 366 418 (Phone and Whatsapp)
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