Surfing returns for its second Olympic Games and will be held in Tahiti, a French terrority, to showcase France’s rich and diverse heritage. 

Where is surfing being held at the Paris Olympics?

The Olympic surfing competition will take place in Teahupo’o on the island of Tahiti in French Polynesia. The village annually hosts the Billabong Pro Tahiti surf competition as part of the Association of Surfing Professionals World surfing circuit. 

Teahupo’o has a reputation as having some of the heaviest waves in the world, which have a unique form due to a shallow coral reef. It's also renowned for the consistent number of barrels it provides.

How much will tickets cost?

The surfing competition for the Paris Games will be accessible to the public without charge.