For a VPN provider that’s been around for only a few years, Surfshark’s server list is surprisingly geographically diverse. As things currently stand, they run over 1040 servers in 62 countries around the world.
Several countries host servers in multiple cities too, bringing the location total to a rather impressive 103.
More than one location in the United States and the United Kingdom is standard, and that’s the case here. But, Surfshark also chose to run servers in more than one city in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Russia, and Spain.
Compared to what most other VPN providers do, offering multiple locations in Poland, Portugal, and Russia seems a bit of an unusual choice. I will, however, give Surfshark the benefit of the doubt. As evidenced by my review, they seem to know very well what they’re doing.
The tables below list every Surfshark server location. There’s one for each world region, and the regions are internally sortable by country and city. If the latter is unknown, the cell is left blank.
Surfshark also runs double VPN servers at several locations and even has a few that support static IPs. Both are marked accordingly, as are any virtual servers.
P2P traffic is supported across the entire network.
Please note that Surfshark does not provide exact server counts which is why those are not listed.
Tim is the founder of Fastest VPN Guide. He comes from a world of corporate IT security and network management and knows a thing or two about what makes VPNs tick. Cybersecurity expert by day, writer on all things VPN by night, that’s Tim.