Check out everything that happens at Latas Surf: yoga, meals, barbecues, boat parties and much more!
Latas Surf organizes barbecues in the backyard for the last day of he week.
Poke Bowl Monday
Surf, eat, slee, repeat. And poke bowl for recovery!
Tuesdays - Theory Lesson
Our head coach Paco will teach you the basics of surf as well as many other useful tips and knowledge that is essential to become a better surfer and enjoy the waves as much as you can in Somo’s beach.
Wednesday - Boat Party
We start at Latas Surf House and we go to the pier where you will ride on a boat that will take you partying during two hours in the middle of the Bay of Santander. Are you going to miss it?
Thursday - Chilling day
Beach volleybal competition at Latas Surf House. Losers pay the next round!
Fridays - Party! Fiesta!
Hamburgers, mojitos and dancing at Latas Surf House. Get your group of friends and get ready to spend the night having fun and meeting new people from all over the world.
Saturday - Rest?
You feel like another week of non-stop action? Of course, every day you can enjoy surfing, skateboarding, yoga, beach volleyball and sunbathing at the beach.
Morning – Surf lessons
Evening – Free Surf
Yoga at Latas
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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