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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 ....

The spot of Gruissan plage is one of the most beautiful spots I've tried so far! That's why it is the one where every year in May they keep the Defi Wind. A lot of wind, flat and emerald water, and a fantastic natural landscape.

Vada, just south of Livorno, is one of the most famous spots of Tuscany (Italy). We tested it with a strong northwest wind, but it works with winds coming from every direction. As well as among local riders, it is also popular among windsurfers from other locations (including Northern Italy), as it is at a reasonable distance from many major towns (Milan, Bologna, Florence), not located near the sea.

Murta Maria (or Marina Maria) is a windsurfing spot that offers flat water conditions perfect for freestyle, freeriding, and slalom. The spot is located just south of Olbia, in the North East of Sardinia. Just one kilometer to the north, there is also the spot of Le Saline.

This is a spot where I went by chance. It's less famous than the near spot of San Pere Pescador, but we believe that it offers nice rides, and an almost Caribbean landscape. We tested the spot with Tramontana wind, with gusts up to 30 knots.

Gian Lorenzo Loria, a local Sardinian rider from Alghero, sent us this review of two spots in the area of Stintino, Sardinia, which we are happy to publish for the benefit of the entire windsurfer community.

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