San Diego Surf Spots

Check out some favorite surf spots, then send pictures of your favorite spot.

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Windansea is probably San Diego’s most consistent, surfable break.
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Swami's is named after the Indian-styled Self Realization Fellowship complex on the bluff. It has a well defined peak and a crowd beyond its capacity. Check out some pictures of San Diego's favorite surf spots, then send pictures of your favorite surf spot to isee@nbcsandiego.com.
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Black's Beach is one of the biggest spots in town.
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There is fierce competition at Trestles from dozens of surfers, many of them experts and professionals. Check out some pictures of San Diego's favorite surf spots, then send pictures of your favorite surf spot to isee@nbcsandiego.com.
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Cardiff has reefs at either end of the beach.
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Swami’s picks up a little extra swell than other breaks.
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Point Loma has rock reefs and offshore kelp.
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You’ve got to earn your waves at Trestles.
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Oceanside is best known for the jetties on either side of its harbor entrance.
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La Jolla Shores is one of San Diego’s most popular beaches and one of the biggest spots in town.
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Pacific, Mission and Ocean Beaches offer mediocre surf.
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Trestles is a world famous rivermouth point break at the border of San Diego and Orange Counties.
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Del Mar is a reliable spot.
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