Jochen Schweizer Arena in Munich, Germany, offers you the experience of thrill and excitement with an outstanding citywave installation, combined with a wind tunnel, conference spaces as well as a crossover kitchen concept. All necessary surf supplies are offered in the surf shop right at the wave.
The remarkable implementation of citywave within L&T Sport makes this department store the most innovative in Europe. A combination of surfing and shopping unique in the world. The special architecture allows visitors a breathtaking view on the wave from all 5 floors. Customers can test their new surf gear on location – ultimate experience-based shopping guaranteed!
Summer in the city! Citywave Zurich is located at Gerold Areal in vibrant Zurich West, combining Hawaii feeling, chillout sounds, F&B and the perfect endless wave, far away from the ocean. Grab your board and join the fun on the world’s best stationary deep-water wave on the Urbansurf platform!
Citywave Lucerne brings surf culture to the Mall of Switzerland, completing the offer by connecting indoor surfing with a high-class restaurant and a spacious surf shop. The modern design concept made by OANA combines concrete, glass, wood and plants – urban jungle surf next to the Swiss Alps. The venue is open all year round, making swiss landlocked surfers happy during winter season.
Citywave Madrid is located in the benchmark retail development of X-Madrid. As a mixed-use project with indoor and outdoor sports as part of a huge leisure offering, Spain’s first citywave is the perfect fit. Open all year round all surfing enthusiasts have the chance to surf it up in Spain’s capital.
Citywave Monteux is located within Wave Island waterpark in the south of France. Next to a variety of water slides and swimming pools, citywave is the park’s new attraction, completing and diversifying the offer for guests and guaranteeing a high return of customer rate. In addition to the park’s regular opening hours, citywave Monteux is open for night surf sessions and during off season.
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The Glassy House at the French Atlantic Coast is home to the very first permanent indoor citywave. The concept combines surfing, a beach bar, a surf shop, as well as a gym and space for workshops under one roof. It is located at the Parc Commercial Océanis shopping center bringing the surf sensation to life for all visitors.
Citywave Tokyo offers perfect surfing conditions right in the middle of Japan’s capital, where surfing will have its Olympic debut. The outdoor venue is open all year round and combines surfing with a cafe, and BBQ restaurant with great view on the surf action. It is part of Sporu Shinagawa, a sports park introducing seven Olympic disciplines for the public to try.
Israel’s citywave in Hadera is open all year round and marks the main attraction of Mall Hof Village, an outdoor shopping village north of Tel Aviv. With this 10 m wide installation just 5 minutes from the beach and 320 days of sun throughout the year, it’s a surfer’s dream come true.