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Newquay is a town, civil parish, seaside resort and fishing port in Cornwall, England. It is situated on the North Atlantic coast of Cornwall approximately 20 miles (32 km) west of Bodmin and 12 miles (19 km) north of Truro
Newquay has been a major tourist destination for more than a century, principally on account of its coastline and nine long and accessible sandy beaches, including Fistral.
Ericeira is a civil parish and seaside resort/fishing community on the western coast of Portugal, in the municipality of Mafra, about 35 kilometres (22 mi) northwest of the capital, Lisbon. The population in 2011 was 10,260, in an area of 12.05 km2. It is a popular destination for local and visiting tourists, as well as amateur surfers (owing to the 40 beaches with good conditions in the area)
The beach of Ribeira d'Ilhas, which routinely hosts a round of the ASP World Tour Surf Championship and is widely-regarded as one of the best beaches in Europe for this sport, is located 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) to the north of the town
Biarritz is a city on the Bay of Biscay, on the Atlantic coast in the Pyrenees Atlantiques department in southwestern France. It is a luxurious seaside town and is popular with tourists and surfers.
The annual Biarritz Surf Festival, founded in 1993 at the Cote des Basques, is one of the premier surf events in Europe and longboarding events in the world
Peniche is a seaside municipality and a city in Portugal. It is located in Oeste Subregion in formerly Estremadura Province.
Peniche is one of the best surfing locations in Europe. It has beaches and breaks facing in 3 distinctly different directions making it a very variable and consistent destination for surfers. Home to many surf camps/schools and recently the destination for the WCT of the ASP (World championship tour of Association of surfing professionals) in time for the autumn swells.
SAN SEBASTIAN, SPAIN
San Sebastian is a coastal city and municipality located in the Basque Autonomous Community, Spain. It lies on the coast of the Bay of Biscay, 20 km (12 miles) from the French border.
The main economic activities are commerce and tourism, and it is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Spain.
FUERTEVENTURA, CANARY ISLANDS
Fuerteventura is one of the Canary Islands, in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa, politically part of Spain. At 1,660 square kilometres (641 sq mi), it is the second largest of the Canary Islands, after Tenerife. It was declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in May 2009.
The summer Trade Winds and winter swells of the Atlantic make this a year-round surfers' paradise, with more exposed areas on the north and west shores such as Corralejo and El Cotillo proving most popular. Wind surfing takes places at locations around the island.
S. MIGUEL, AZORES, PORTUGAL
Sao Miguel Island named for the Archangel Michael or, literally, Portuguese for Saint Michael), is also referred to locally as "The Green Island", is the largest and most populous island in the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores.
Given its geographical location, the Azores Archipelago is an excellent region for the practice of wave sports.
In the South of France, Hossegor is the premier surfing location in the country. It's just a short drive from both Biarritz and Capbreton - France, and just a couple hours from the Spanish border and the Basque country to the south, it's an essential stop on any European surfing adventure.
Bundoran is a town in County Donegal, Ireland. The town is located on the N15 road near Ballyshannon, and is the most southerly town in Donegal. The town is a popular seaside resort, and tourism has been at the heart of the local economy since 1777. Bundoran is a world-renowned surfing area and was listed by National Geographic magazine in 2012 as one of the World's Top 20 Surf Towns BEFORE YOU GO: Travel Photography Gear
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