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RE: surfing in sicily« Reply #1 on: September 12 2004 09:09:00 »
you CAN snowboard in sicily. check mout etna (a vulcano) which has go lifts and stuff and other high mountains on the island. they go over 2000 meter above sea level. there are other small resorts (in the hinterland of cefalu / north) as well.
best surf is autumn and spring (as usual). i've never seen a surf shop though.
RE: surfing in sicily« Reply #2 on: February 28 2005 13:02:00 »
I am a complete pre beginner. In Sicily, Where do I start and I know a few people but, what is recommended for a 125 Ilb 5' female. I would like to skip the longboard. Where to go in Sicily.
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RE: surfing in sicily« Reply #5 on: February 17 2009 14:02:00 »
I am an intermediate surfer comfortable in most conditions-short and longboard-am going to Sicily-staying near Catania at the end of march-arly april-whats the water temp-which wetsuit to bring-I am used to surfing in freezing cold water-Manasquan,NJ-wanna know where to go! Any surf shops too?
RE: surfing in sicily« Reply #7 on: March 17 2009 03:03:00 »
If you would like to go surfing in Sicily, send an e-mail to email@example.com we represent a handful of American surfers from the area and we have Sicily wired.
Swell windows are short and usually windy, 3 hrs travel max around the island, many wonderful hotels at moderate pricing, great food and an all around interesting surf trip.
We are always willing to bring others with us on trips around the island and have access to several loaner boards, but bring your own if you can.
Aloha, Ike Kanakanui