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Giuseppe Segneri (nickname Polix), a windsurfer from Rome, went to South Africa in January 2018, and he was completely conquered by this windsurfing (and not only) paradise. In this first article, he provides many valuable information on the organization of the trip, both for those who want to go there for windsurfing, but also for those who simply want to go and visit a fantastic country.

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.

Spots where famous windsurfing competitions occur not necessarily are beautiful holiday places; Alacati, is one of the spots that, in addition to a PWA slalom tour stage, taking place every year, from sometimes, also provides the option for a nice time of vacation.

Mandello del Lario is an historical spot of Lake Como, which works well with the Foehn (strong wind from the North), especially when this is well oriented from N-NW.

The Spiaggia d'Oro in Imperia is one of the most important wave spots in Northern Italy. It can give memorable days, other days good for almost everyone, and others in which you soon will be sent back to the beach (or to rocks), if you try to challenge it. It's a nice spot, but not a trivial one, as it presents some dangers, and it is therefore better to know it well, before trying it out.

La Rabina, at Imperia (Liguria), is a great spot that works with both winds from East/North East, and from South West. Very convenient logistics, and pleasant scenery. In addition, out of season, the area around the spot is quiet, and you can enjoy your session in complete relax.

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