The pristine winds and waves of Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago is becoming one the greatest destinations for windsurfers and kiteboarders. With its exotic and fabulous beaches, favorable winds and vibrant culture, the island country enjoys dominant northeast trade winds.

Located off the northern edge of South America, lying just off the coast of northeastern Venezuela and south of Grenada in the Lesser Antilles, Trinidad and Tobago is definitely worth a visit.

Not only avid kiteboarders will enjoy this destination, but also all levels because the waters and the wind are a perfect combination for whoever ventures out to experience it. The Minister of Sport is clearly investing in kiteboarding and windsurfing activities.

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Riding the sand-bottom barrels of Supertubos

Supertubos, the famous Portuguese wave also known as "The European Pipeline", is a popular sand-bottom barreling dream located in the fishing village of Peniche.

Although Supertubos can only by dominated by intermediate-to-advanced surfers, on smaller days there are plenty of wave rides for everyone.

The sleepy village of Peniche attracts thousands of surf tourists throughout the year. From spring to winter, Supertubos transforms southwest swells and northeast winds into perfect breathtaking tube rides.

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Surfing Southwest France: a croissant mix of beach breaks and barrels

In the Aquitaine region of Southwest France, you'll find the most incredible waves for surfing in Europe. A surfing sanctuary and a natural paradise.

Close your eyes. Imagine tasty croissants, fresh orange juices, beautiful white sand beaches, turquoise ocean waves, and trendy women and men. It's not a dream, it's Landes Côte Sud, a subregion of Aquitaine.

In less than two hours, or 152 kilometers (94 miles), you'll discover the surfing gems of the Old Continent. From Saint-Jean-de-Luz to Biscarrosse, perfect waves are simply everywhere.

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