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The spot of San Pere Pescador, in Costa Brava, Spain, is quite famous (a round of the PWA has just been held here). It is placed in correspondence with a huge bay with orientation to the East, with a white, deep and infinite, sandy beach. We checked the spot with Tramontana wind, which blows side shore, here, and we thought that the good reputation is deserved.

Stintino is a well-known tourist resort in Sardinia. The local Gian Lorenzo Loria sent us this accurate review of the windsurf spot, which we gladly publish.

There are famous spots, which often do not deserve the reputation they enjoy, and others, often unknown to most people, which can be much more valid.
What we often imagine as an ideal spot is the one that gives a great windy day, and maybe an exceptional wave session, but it is more enjoyable a spot that guarantees predictability and stability of the wind conditions, with high percentages of good days.With this in mind, I would like to speak about Reggio Calabria, or, rather, about the Calabrian coast on the Strait of Messina.

Albenga is located on a flood plain, and unlike other places in Liguria, here the Apennines mountans are not close to the coast. This allows the spot to work with different wind directions.

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.

Today I want to spend few words on a spot I love that in the 90s was called the Mecca of windsurfing. Every surfer, to feel a serious one, had to have been there, and have sailed on its waters with the famous Levantino (East wind): Tarifa (see map at end of article)

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