Hundreds of Orange County students hit the waves on Wednesday, one day after state lawmakers declared the first “International Surfing Day”.
Garrett McNamara now has the Guinness World Record for the largest wave ever surfed after riding a 78-footer in November off the coast of Nazare, Portugal.
The Tuscan-inspired resort is a slice of heaven in Dana Point. It’s effortless, indulging, exclusive and beachside-beautiful in a modern palatial way. What better way to get away for a much-needed Spring fling? There’s an […]
In honor of April Fool’s Day, check out these full-on foolish happenings from Orange County to Los Angeles.
It’s all good, no worries, and friendly at The Shorebreak Hotel. What to bring: your skinny jeans, Red Bull, Black Fly wraparounds, a pup, and cool kids if you got ‘em. The Shorebreak, open just […]
Somali pirates are threatening to kill a surfing journalist from Manhattan Beach if Navy SEALs attempt to rescue him.
Guests who choose to stay at Surf and Sand are there to enjoy the view, the beach, the pool and the town more than they’re there to go home with stories of the decadent rooms […]
Visiting Los Angeles in the winter means indulging in outdoor sports that run the gamut from skiing to surfing—all of which can be accomplished in a single day. With temperatures that regularly hit the 70s […]
Surfers seem to have a language all their own. And there is one word in particular that is associated with this sport and culture.
With 60,000 members worldwide and more than 100 chapters — 80 of them in the U.S. — you’ve probably seen a Surfrider sticker on the back of a car with a surfboard on the roof.
You cannot spend a day talking about the beach and not talk about surfing.
Surfing is obviously a very popular activity around here, but so is beach volleyball.