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France in July« on: January 12 2006 11:01:00 »
Would really appreciate any advice- was thinking of hiring a camper for three weeks and cruising down france for a chilled out time with the girly- few beers, barbys no stress. I know the waves won't be great but may get lucky-its only time i can make it. I've heard it can get super crowded in water, on roads and campsites around this time in biarritz and area around. where would be the best spots to go or avoid. Is it worth cruising to portugal for peace and less crowds or maybe stay further north? Any advice would be great thanks.
RE: France in July« Reply #1 on: January 30 2006 01:01:00 »
my company is sending me to paris in july and figured i'd take my boards with me and check out the surf.
was wondering where i could find more information on surfing in france?
RE: France in July« Reply #2 on: March 16 2006 04:03:00 »
They're no waves at Paris :) ... but you can go to biarritz or nearer to Lacanau or Nantes by TGV and car... Paris / Biarritz by train about 4 more information on voyage-sncf.com...
RE: France in July« Reply #3 on: May 07 2006 04:05:00 »
im not too familiar with the place, but im doing the same kind of thing. im going solo to france and working my way down to portugal and then to morrocco. cant wait!!!!