Providing Surfing Lessons at Sennen Cove in Cornwall all Year Round
The only surf school in Cornwall run by a family of professional surfers, including a British champion. Meet the Smart brothers and learn to surf on the pristine West Cornish coastline at Sennen Cove.
DON'T WANT TO BOOK A BLOCK COURSE ? LESSONS WILL BE CHARGED AT THE REDUCE RATE OF £30 PER CLASS AFTER THE TASTER SESSION
For surf lesson bookings and enquiries, please contact us here
We are a small family business, passionate about surfing and having fun at Sennen Cove in Cornwall
Our enthusiastic surf coaches are fully qualified / experienced lifeguards, qualified surf instructors and seasoned professional surfers. Booking your surf lessons is easy thanks to our online booking form where you can make your provisional bookings. Find out why we are number 1 on Trip Advisor and why people choose Smart Surf School.
We offer bespoke surf lessons, taught by our experienced pro surf coaches in a friendly and personalised environment
Our style of coaching is about less students and more coaches. Most surf schools have a ratio of 1 coach to 8 students but our ratio never goes over 6 students to 1-2 coaches. Exclusive to only a maximum of 6 students per group so BOOK NOW to save disappointment ! We conduct fun and educational surf programs for beginners and improver surfers and we’re proud to be Cornish and Sennen locals.
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The local area and what you can do
The infamous surrounding coast encounters the full impact from the consistent Atlantic swells that are responsible for the countless shipwrecks that have accrued off Lands end over the centuries.
Local wreckers would be first on the scene, risking their lives to scavenge anything of value that ships lost due to the wild west storms, before smuggling them to safety through an alleged maze of tunnels that apparently run from the cove, all the way to the top of the hill. The latest wreck of note was the MV RMS Mulheim which ran aground between Sennen and Lands End in March 2003 but unfortunately for the locals, it was carrying 2,200 tonnes of car scrap plastic.