Surfing in Norway
Surfing in Norway is currently surging in popularity, with many locations located along its stunning coast providing challenging waves for seasoned surfers. Experts advise that some of the best surf in Norway can be found at the beaches of Jæren, just half an hour's drive from Stavanger.
After catching some waves off Norway's coast, dry off and relax in comfortable surroundings at the Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger. With lavish rooms and suites, fine dining and a fully equipped gym, the hotel in Stavanger has all the world-class amenities to welcome surfers home after a day on the waves.
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Jæren: a best bet for surfing in Norway
The beaches of Jæren have something for surfers of every ability, from beginner to seasoned pro. Novices will find beaches with gentle waves - such as Sele beach, Solastrand beach, Ogna beach and Borestrand - to get going on. Elsewhere, experts will find beaches with more demanding waves and conditions to suit an advanced skill level.
Although most consider the summer months ideal for beginners to start off surfing in Norway, experienced surfers prefer the autumn and winter seasons, with colder temperatures and bigger waves providing more of a challenge.
In addition to surfing, visitors to Solastrand beach will also be able to enjoy windsurfing and kiting off Norway's coast, thanks to the beach's sheltered wave conditions.
Staying at the Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger
Relax and unwind at the Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger after a day surfing the waves in Norway. With superb accommodation, and the Ajax and Antique restaurants, along with the Elexia fitness centre, visitors will be hard pressed to find a hotel with better amenities in Stavanger.
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