The first time you arrive at Praia do Guicnho you are fatally conquered by this marvelous beach. A right mix of wilderness and services will welcome you, giving everybody, in summer time, some really nice windsurfing days. In winter, with swell, the spot can become very challenging.

The beach of Porto Ferro, in the Province of Sassari, in the North West of Sardinia, is located in a very wide and wild bay. The local Gian Lorenzo Loria sent us this interesting review.

In this article, I will share the information I collected on the web, and directly in some spots, useful for those who might be in Cornwall and would try to windsurf there. In addition, I will provide some inspiration for those who want to fall back on surfing, very popular in this region.

Sardinia is a magical land for windsurfing, and not only for it. Bruno, a freelancers of ours, introduces an East Coast windsurf spot, which he tested during his last summer holidays.

Cannes is a very interesting spot, both for logistics at the beach, and for conditions offered when you ride in the water, that are proper for freeriding or waveriding, depending on the intensity and direction of the wind. The landscape is also charming

Playa Sotavento, at Fuerteventura (Canary Islands, Spain), is a world-renowned spot, where every year PWA regattas take place. He owes its fame to the intensity and constancy of the Trade Winds (Aliseo), which, especially in the warmer months, provide perfect conditions for windsurfing. It's a spot suitable for beginners, as well as it gives much satisfaction to the more experienced surfers.

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