Magic Left Surfing

San Antonio, Zambales

Magic Left Surf Break, also called Pundaquit break, is located in Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales. Magic Left is the most popular surf spot in San Antonio. An awesome spot during south swell.

Magic Left Pundaquit Surfing Break News

  • The First-Timers Guide To The Country Best Surfing Spot In Philippines

    The Philippines is home to almost 7,500 beautiful islands, blessing locals and foreigners alike with numerous beach getaways and adventures to choose from. And with that comes the equally exciting fact that a lot of these places offer spectacular waves perfect for every surfing enthusiast. Whether you're a beginner, intermediate, or pro, the Philippines boasts a long list of surfing destinations for you from Luzon to Mindanao.

    Here are seven surfing spots to help you tick surfing off your bucket list. Prepare those board shorts, rash guards, and surfboards! You're in for one heck of a wavy ...

  • Beginner surfing at Magic Left Zambales

    We skipped bigger waves since it's my first time...and I don't know how to swim (yet) haha.

    Surf Spot:
    Magic Left -- Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales

  • Zambales Surf Trip 2014

    Surfing Zambales! Back to where we rode our first waves more than 2 years ago. This is where we had our first taste of stoke. We got hooked and the surfing never stopped since then. m/

    Shot entirely using GoPro Hero 3+ Silver Edition.

  • San Antonio Zambales Pundaquits Pride

    The coastal province of Zambales is synonymous to countless beach destinations, hidden coves, and pristine islands. But when the south swell sweeps across the West Philippine Sea and the vast body of water rumbles like roaring thunder, the sea calls out – surfing season is back. In previous travels, we've visited Zambales' surf spots like San Narciso and San Felipe, but today, let's check out San Antonio's Pundaquit and its famed, "Magic Left".

    Pundaquit, a fishing village in San Antonio, is home to the well-known surf spot called Magic Left, where waves rise from 2-3 foot swells to massi ...

  • The Impact Zone a Pundaquit Photo Series

    This is the fault of the Internet, says the foreigner beside me in the lineup. "Back in the day, you had to call your mate to let him know this spot was firing and it would take him two hours to get here, and the conditions would have already changed then."

    We both stared at what Magic Left offered us that day: a light offshore wind, a dewy mountain view, and some 40-50 surfers of all skill levels dotting the lineup. We were all here for the beautiful lefts that made you want to write poems and cry.

    Okay, maybe it's exactly exaggerations like that last line that wrought out this crowd pr ...

  • Surf Spots in the Philippines

    Aside from just swimming and getting a good tan, the beach is great for all sorts of water sports, including surfing. If you want to learn how to ride the waves, here are some surf spots around the Philippines that I've personally been to.

    REAL, QUEZON

    The nearest surfing spot to Manila in terms of land travel, the laid-back town of Real, Quezon also offers a decent place for beginners who want to try out surfing during a quick weekend trip. The coastal town, which is located on the eastern shores of Luzon facing the Philippine Sea, is known for having rural beach resorts with grayish sa ...