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RE: Move to Italy« on: February 13 2006 11:02:00 »
Santa Marinella is a nice sea town between Rome and Florence on the Mediterranean cost. good surf there but not like california. the area has hills and ocean viws like Malibu.
RE: Move to Italy« Reply #1 on: April 02 2006 08:04:00 »
You mentioned west coast of Sardegna...what would be the biggest town that might have a language school & good surf?
Thanks for your info-it is really valuable.
RE: Move to Italy« Reply #2 on: April 15 2008 18:04:00 »
I'm going to move to Italy in October 2008 and will be based in Taranto. I currently live in Sydney and surfing is my life. I have checked out the net for surf around Taranto and there's nothing around by the look of it. Also, if anyone can give me an idea about how cold the water is between October and May so i can do some shopping for wetties before I leave. What's the swell like between these months???
RE: Move to Italy« Reply #3 on: May 08 2008 21:05:00 »
I AM HALF ITALIAN, I WOULD MOVE TO ITALY IN A HEART BEAT IF I COULD FIND ANY DECENT WAVES OVER THERE IT ALL LOOKS VERY AVERAGE. I DONT EVEN THINK I WOULD GO FOR A HOLIDAY FOR WAVES THAT IS, LOVE THE PLACE JUST SURF SPOTS LOOKS SMALL AND WEEK, BUT WHAT DO YOU EXPECT IT IS IN A SEA NOT AN OCEAN, I REALLY HOPE IAM WRONGI WOULD LOVE TO SURF ITALY.
RE: Move to Italy« Reply #4 on: November 11 2010 03:11:00 »
Im peruvian surfer and i moved to mediterranean sea (Barcelona) 7 years ago. This sea is not like the oceanand never like my country spots, but here also are good waves on the winter, thats the reason you will need 4/3 spider wetsuit. Most of the spots are beach breaks with waves no more than 7 feet. A 6´4" surfboard is the perfect size. On good days with good conditions you might ride really good barrels. For more information about the mediterranean waves you can search on google for surfcatalunya or surfmediterraneo web sites.
I hope this information be useful.