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Davide, a Waterwind team member, exaggerated this August, and went to try the mythical spot of Jericoacoara, in Brazil. He sent us this great review, that has already made us feeling the need to go there, as soon as possible....

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 the famous regatta Defi Wind takes place. A lot of wind, flat and emerald water, and a fantastic natural landscape.

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.

Campione del Garda (Part of village of Tremosine) stands on an alluvial fan formed by the stream San Michele, and it is a small piece of land stolen to the lake. Behind it, there's a steep vertical rocky cliffs that characterize this stretch of coast. The spot works both with the Peler wind and with the Ora wind. At the time, this review refers to the conditions for windsurfing that you may have with the Ora wind.

Coming from the south, Cremia is the first spot on the Como side lake shore, which works well with the Breva (thermal wind from the south). And, in fact, the spot is appreciated by italian windsurfers who live in the area, and also from those from the Swiss Canton Ticino.

Andrea was in Maui (Hawaii), the Mecca of windsurfing, where everything was born. He had the opportunity to ride at Kanaha Beach park, and we thank him for sharing this beautiful review with us. We can not hide some envy ....


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