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Wind Surfing in Ocean Beach, San Diego, California USA

Wind :
12 mph/19 kph
Ocean Beach is located in San Diego on the Southern coast of California.

The beach  is a famous wind surfing spot in California because of the extreme weather conditions and streams from the north and south Pacific Ocean. There are big waves that can easily reach triple overhead offering-to extreme wind surfers- ideal opportunities for exploiting new maneuvers and techniques.

During summer (May through August) winds can reach up to 12 mph / 19 kph, which is ideal for wind surfing expeditions, so this is the best season to go. The beach seems to be a place that any windsurfer looks for a unique experience.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Sacramento
503 mi / 809.5 km, 7 hrs 29 mins
Take I-5 and take the exit 21 to enter Sea World Dr/Tecolote Rd. Make an open left turn to Sea World Dr. Continue to Sunset Cliffs Blvd. Make an open right turn to Sunset Cliffs Blvd. On the first street turn right to W Point Loma Blvd. Turn left on Bacon St. Turn right in Newport Ave.
BY AIR
San Diego International Airport,
5.4 mi / 8.7 km
BY TRAIN

There is no train service for this spot.

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