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Stories to inspire your upcoming trips
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29 September, 2019
The most-feared wave in the world
Going into the Teahupoo tube is any surfer’s dream. Coming out standing from this Tahitian wave is another matter.
16 August, 2017
African surfing heaven
Beyond exoticism, surfing discovers a new Morocco that is more ‘hippy’ and welcoming to wetsuits. 3,500 kilometres of coastline at the mercy of its famous long right-hand waves.
24 June, 2017
The city that combs the Cantabrian Sea
La Concha, ‘pintxos’ and Chillida. In other words, the sea, gastronomy and culture, the trio that best defines San Sebastian.
17 April, 2017
Australia: forever tied to the sea
The untamed ocean on one side, nature at its wildest on the other. Two lanes separate land and sea and they stretch along the Australian coast surrounded by vertiginous cliffs, kangaroos and surfers.
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12 April, 2017
Soaking it up in Phuket
It doesn't seem like an island, but it's the biggest one in Thailand. With 36 beaches to practise on, Phuket is the perfect destination for water sports lovers.
7 April, 2017
The other Mexican Riviera
There are two Rivieras in Mexico: Riviera Maya in the Caribbean and the more peaceful Riviera Nayarit, in the Pacific. Puerto Vallarta is the gateway to secret beaches, nature and archaeological ruins.
11 July, 2016
The nine adrenaline islands
Famed for its whale watching, the Archipelago of the Azores is one giant adventure playground where you can do sport on land and in the sea and air.
22 October, 2015
Surfing without waves
With this new extreme form of surfing, you don’t need waves or even to be close to the sea. Welcome to a form of ‘waterproof adrenaline’.