Baby PlageEdit Spot
Absolutely incredible to be surfing on the Lake of Geneva. Unfortunately, the spot works only a few times a year.
This is the first spot ever surfed on the Lake Leman, first session occured on August 1995, and others in 2001 and 2007. It works only with very strong north wind conditions. Mostly in winter and rarely on fall or spring. You can ride small 1 m waves, left or right.
At the end of the port, in front of the
At the end of Geneva's port, the Beach is named Baby-plage
|Walk||Instant access (<5 min)|
|Direction||Right and left|
|Frequency||Rarely breaks (5 days/year)|
|Normal length||Short (<50m)|
|Good day length||Normal (50 to 150m)|
|Swell size||Less than 3ft - 3ft+|
|Tide||Low and mid tide|
|Tide movement||Rising and falling tides|
4.56 miles away
|Frequency:||Rarely breaks (5 days/year)|