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Marina delle Rose, in the municipality of Aglientu, is one of the best wave spots on the northwest coast of Sardinia. However, in order to fully enjoy it, you should know some tips regarding both logistics on the shore and the best wave areas and the potential dangers, once in the water.

The Urnersee is a lake in Switzerland, nestled between the Alps, which, with South Foehn, can offer truly exceptional conditions, with wind speed even at 40 - 50 knots. Windsurfing sessions in this lake are often epic.

Dervio is a spot on Como Lake well exposed to atmospheric disturbance winds from the north direction, as well it's a good spot for sessions with the Breva, the typical thermal wind from the South that blows in the afternoon. But it is a spot that, with the winds from the north, is better to know well ....

San Teodoro, Sardinia, with the Sirocco (South East), is a spot with a high fun factor. An immense bay of white and fine sand, emerald water, side on constant wind, and regular chop conditions.

The Costa da Caparica, in the Setubal peninsula, just south of Lisbon, is perhaps not well known for windsurfing as the Cascais area. But, probably, it would deserve greater fame. Infact, in addition to offering several spots, often right also for beginners/intermediate level windsurfers, in the swell days, it guarantees an exceptional wave quality, perhaps even better than one of other more famous spots. We have tried Sao Joao da Caparica.

Colico is one of the best spots of Como Lake to do windsurfing with the Breva (afternoon thermal breeze), but also to enjoy the occasional San Vincenzo, a strong wind that you have after low pressure passage. Very pleasant the main spot beach (the so called Pratone), and logistics on the ground, with several possibilities of renting equipment, and windsurfing school.

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