Locations in EU and US
People on the largest retreat
Starting as an experiment in 2013 by Peter Fabor, the first Surf Office was set up in Gran Canaria where first class beaches, perfect warm weather, and the position within the EU made it appealing to freelancers, surf lovers, and travelers alike.
‘I Couldn’t Find A Place Where I Could Work, Live And Surf’ http://t.co/CVbGAKzm9l
— Peter Fabor (@faborio) August 26, 2015
Surf Office was the first coworking & coliving for digital nomads.
Being the first of its kind, Surf Office quickly attracted remote working professionals and those who couldn’t take time off for vacation. And while the location was great, accommodation comfy and the workspace had reliable, fast internet connection, it was the community that guests praised the most.
We came to realize that more and more companies were contacting us for company retreats rather than solo travelers and digital nomads.
It made us think long and hard about our approach, and we shifted our focus to become company retreat facilitators rather than hosts for individuals.
We also launched Nomad Landing, a community-driven project which helps remote workers and digital nomads with the relocation to new cities.