El Salvador is a small country with just over 300 kilometers of coastline, but when it comes to surfable waves per square km, it’s at the top of the pyramid. Until recently, El Salvador was perceived as the land of right-hand point breaks, but surfers have discovered the country’s beach breaks are just as inviting. Salvadoran beach breaks never go flat; hosting sizable waves 12 months a year.
Very consistent right point break with a forgiving sand bottom that produces rippable waves and a hollow takeoff at low tide (softer at high tide) and very long rides up to 300 meters. The wave has many personalities depending on the swell size and tide.
Powerful cobblestone right point break with machine-like 200 meter rides when firing. It is has a hollow take off with a serious standup barrel and a hollow inside section.
The Golden Bull is a secluded beach break where surfers catch great waves far removed from any crowd. This surf spot is shielded from the wind by points on both sides, and among our favorites due to its consistent swells that work best at medium to high tide.