LE SURF A BIARRITZ (SURFIN’ IN BIARRITZ)

LE SURF A BIARRITZ (SURFIN’ IN BIARRITZ)

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Added by November 3, 2013

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“Everybody’s gone surfin’ Surfin U.S.A. “, sang the Beach Boys. How about doing
something not actually experienced by everybody else? Wanna take your fancy boards to the French Atlantic Coast?

Let’s do it! Let’s go to Biarritz!

Surfing in Biarritz, france

 

 

Biarritz is originally an old fisherman’s village on the South West coast of France. But don’t you think the place is too provincial for you to check out! Surfers flock from all over the world to ride the waves of the Atlantic. Just 11 miles north of the Spanish border, the little seaside town lies within the uniquely beautiful and quaint Basque country.

 

Surfing in BiarritzBiarritz is home of two annual surfing competitions. The first one is sponsored by Roxy, and the second one is dedicated to female long boarders. The Roxy Pro competition is held in July and boasts over 150,000 spectators from near and far, who come together to enjoy both surfing and tanning. And for those of you who have the guts to try it out but may lack the skills to hang with the pros, no worries! The city is home to 10 surf schools.

So surf’s up guys! À vos planches!

Francesca M.

 

 

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