Named after the beachside Italian restaurant that used to discard its unwanted pasta into the water, Pasta Point is another perfect wave. Made up of three sections that when the swell is lined up, properly produces a ride of over 100m. There are plenty of kegs to be had and the wave still holds open when the wind swings onshore, which is a massive bonus. The controversy with this wave is that because it breaks on the house reef of a resort, they claim ownership and surfing rights. Their policy states that if you aren’t staying on their island, then you can’t surf here.

Pasta Point Map

Pasta Point

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