Surf Shop in La Antigua Guatemala

Surf Shop in La Antigua Guatemala

The waves are getting closer to La Antigua Guatemala. So it is no surprise to find a “surf shop” in a Spanish colonial town embedded between coffee plantations, flower farms and volcanoes.

Actually, you can get straight down to the Pacific Ocean in about 45 to 60 minutes (depends on your safety level while driving) through one of the most beautiful stretches of road in Guatemala, known simply as Carretera 14 (road #14) and then the highway in Escuintla. Two prime beaches for surfing are Monterrico and Sipacate, both of them about two hours from La Antigua Guatemala.

Surf is up, dude, bring your board along.

Aloha!

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  • En Antigua hay de todo, sugiero le tomés foto a la tienda donde alquilan bicicletas y de todo para expediciones,la administradora, Chofa, es buena cuata.

  • Lisa

    Hola! I am visiting La Antigua in April with my two young daughters. We are staying at the school for part of the time and in a hotel for the last three days. Your website seems helpful to me as a native New Yorker and one who has a great affinity for the Guatemalan culture (only vicariously through the students I work with in the states) so I am so psyched to visit for the first time. So, any recommendations for family friendly hotels with a pool? Willing to splurge since it is only three nights. Additionally, my husband will be joining us and interested in surfing lessons. I am guessing we will need to hire a private person and car to make the trek with the two little ones in tow. Any info you have would be great!

  • Claudia

    you’re def better off like you said hiring a person w/ a car, especially w/ 2 little ones. Wish I could be more helpful w/ hotels but I’m in the same boat, I’m in NY as well. I wish you lots of luck – please update us and let us know how it went. . .will you be there for holy week?

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  • aloha…
    surf shop in La Antigua Guatemala,
    i’ll try to go there this summer and i hope i can make some surfing trips there

    thanks!

  • ApeDee

    I need to know the contact info for this surf shop. I was there in august and told the guys working there I would be back this year for lessons in el salvador…but I lost the brochure and need to be able to plan for it….am I totally blind or is there no contact info here…