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Topic: Surf and Swell Conditions in October?- Genoa to Cinque Terra
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Topic: Surf and Swell Conditions in October?- Genoa to Cinque Terra
Views: 6918 Replies: 4

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Jeff

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Surf and Swell Conditions in October?- Genoa to Cinque Terra

Hi Guys
Can anyone tell me what the surf and swell conditions will be like in October? I am going to the Cinque Terra with my wife and some friends, but will try and cut loose for some waves. Any suggestions? - Jeff

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Lesa

RE: Surf and Swell Conditions in October?- Genoa to Cinque Terra

Me too, I'll be there in October. Coming over from Mexico, we have fairly steady small surf here. I hope to hear from someone out there about Italian conditions in the Cinque Terra region. Thanks ~ Lesa



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RE: Surf and Swell Conditions in October?- Genoa to Cinque Terra

surf in Italy is generally small everywhere, don't expect anything greater 1 metre waves on a good day in Italy anywhere and the sea is choppy in Cinque Terra, I haven't surf there but I've surfed elsewhere in Italy and Cinque Terra is more known for being a small romantic marina town. There's also a very rocky coast.

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randy

RE: Surf and Swell Conditions in October?- Genoa to Cinque Terra

please be a bit specific on best locations september october want to make most of my time and can you rent boards thanks my earthling friends


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