You might think surfing is reserved for tanned, bushy haired, young ‘dudes’ who spend their life hanging out on the beach – but you couldn’t be more wrong. Surfing is one of those activities that bridges the generation gap. You’ll often find parents coming along with their kids, even those in their late teens or early twenties. It always makes for a great atmosphere for all surfers.
It’s such a unique opportunity to spend time on the beach and spend a holiday surfing some of the most beautiful spots around the British Isles. With more and more surf lessons popping up all over the UK it’s now easier than ever to get a taste for what was described by the ancient Hawaiians as ‘the sport of kings’.
With qualified instructors looking out for your safety, you can devote all of your focus to your surfing. Most Surf Schools are well versed with teaching and taking care of children (most are also CRB checked) and they regularly work with many schools to get them involved at an early age.
But if it’s just not your cup of tea, why not drop the kids off at a registered surf school and let them babysit while you go off and enjoy everything else beach culture has to offer.