This variant of surf, where the surfer is towed-in and pulled to the waves by a jet ski, that due to their size, cannot be reached by paddling, has reached great notoriety within the world of professional surfing. In this way, the Pichilemu beach hosts the best riders on the planet from the international giant wave and Tow-in Surfing circuit.
This is extreme surfing, so competitors must be ready to ride 6-meter-high waves, which will shock you if you are among the spectators.
How to get there: Punta de Lobos is 6 kilometers from Pichilemu on the coastal road. You can get there in a shared taxi or on a bicycle from town.