Suck Rock
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Suck Rock

Puntarenas, Costa Rica


Costa Rica

Skill Level

The Break

Also known as Rocamar. Suck Rock is a powerful and crumbly, sometimes barreling, short to normal right point break. The break works well at all tides, but it is best at low tide. This is easily considered a local favorite and one of the best waves along the beach. Shortboards, bodyboards, and funboards are all good here. Consistency is year-round.

About the Access

Public beach access road at La Lora Amarillo night club/Rocamar restaurant. Parking under the coconut trees, but beware of break-ins.

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Current Surf Report

  • Surf Height
    2 - 4 ft
  • Swells
  • Wind
    5 mph
  • Weather

Last updated: 3 weeks ago

General Details

  • Skill Level
  • Consistency
    Year round
  • Wave Length
    Short, Normal
  • Wave Direction
  • Board Type
    Shortboard, Funboard
  • Type of Break
  • Swell directions
    S, NW
  • Best wind directions
  • Crowd levels / week
  • Crowd levels / weekend
    Few to Crowded
  • Seabed
    Sand, Rocks
  • Best tides
  • Power
    Crumbly, Powerful, Barreling
  • Access By
    Public Beach

The Area

Santa Teresa is a tropical beach town in Puntarenas, Costa Rica. The picturesque and long stretch of coastline is full of jungle-front, white sandy beaches and wonderful surf. The area has developed into a popular destination as an eco-tourism and surf destination. Plenty of options are available in the area for all types of travelers: rustic campsites to luxury accommodations, simple to fine-dining restaurants, and endless adventurous activities.

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Amenities Nearby
  • Public Showers
  • Restaurants
  • Shaded Area
  • Lodging
  • Parking
  • Board and Gear Rentals
  • Board/Ding Repair
  • Surf Lessons
  • Surf Photography
  • Spas/Massages
  • Yoga
  • Snorkeling
  • Horseback Riding
  • Fishing Charters
  • Diving
  • Boating/Sailing Charters
  • Moped/ATV Rentals
  • Golf Cart Rentals
  • Bicycle Rentals
  • Family Friendly
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