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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....

Toscolano is a spot that works a few days a year, when Balì, a local wind due to storms, begins to blow. But when it works, it's a spectacular spot, but not for everyone.

The north of Sardinia offers really many great spots for windsurfing. Mugoni, not far from Stintino, is located in a sheltered and very impressive bay. Here is the spot review of the local rider Gian Lorenzo Loria. 

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.

The Northern Garda Lake is a world wide famous windsurf and sailing spot. And it deserves this fame, because of the intensity and frequency of very good windy days, but also for the superbe landscape, you can enjoy both while surfing in the water, and while relaxing on the ground. 

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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