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Dakhla, in Morocco (Western Sahara), is a place that, within a few kilometers, offers many different spots, both for windsurfing and kitesurfing and surfing as well, and that, above all, has a frequency of very high wind days. We have recently tried some spots in that area, and, in this review, we provide an accurate description of them, with many tips you won't find anywhere else.

Shortly after Hyeres in the South of France, proceeding westward, there are the spots of Le Brusc (Six Four Les Plages), Bandol, and La Seyne Sur Mer (Les Plages de Sablettes), which may be of interest for those who stay in those areas; compared to Hyeres - which remains the top - they may offer the advantage of being a bit less crowded, at least in some days. Below, we propose a description.

I tried the spot of Silvaplana (Engadine, Switzerland) in August 2011, and many more times after that. Lake Silvaplana, as well the nearby Lake Sils, during the summer months, allow you to enjoy very pleasant windsurfing sessions, at high altitude, on flat water, in a truly exciting setting. The spots are suitable for different disciplines: freeriding, freestyle, slalom, and foil.

The spot of Barcares Eole is located in a confined section of the immense coastal lake of Leucate, in France, in the department Languedoc - Roussillon. Of all the spots, we checked in the coastal lakes of this area, we found this the safest for inexperienced riders, with strong mistral winds, so frequent here.

Carrubo beach is a spot for people very fond of windsurf ... at least in mid-August. In fact, the spot offers good planning on a nearly flat water, but to get into water can be not an easy task......

The West coast of Ireland offers an almost infinite amount of windsurfing spots, both with the Atlantic swell and in flat water conditions. If you add to this feature, breathtaking views, the opportunity to enjoy spectacular coastal trekking, the visit to castles and millenary abbeys, the pubs, the Guinness, and the hospitality of the Irish, it is natural to conceive a travel idea for an unforgettable 360 degrees experience.

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