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RE: Spots From Hossegor to Biarritz to Mundaka« on: May 11 2006 22:05:00 »
Respect to you Frankie.
I used to live in BCN and 'surfed' in Port Ginesta near Castelldefels and Montgat so I know how frustrating it can be without waves.
I dunno what time of year you're going, but I prefer to head way west of Mundaka into Cantabria. It's less crowded and the beaches are a lot more beautifull, but it's worth checking out Zarautz on your way to France
If you want to check out the French Basque coast there's loads of spots to chose from and all pretty close, but most times they're crowded. Get up for an early surf and you'll get lucky. For less crowded spots, head a bit further up the coast to Les Landes. I'm sure your wife and kid will be happy on the beach waiting for 'Daddy'
RE: Spots From Hossegor to Biarritz to Mundaka« Reply #1 on: June 11 2006 08:06:00 »
I'm an Australian looking to work out where the waves are in the south of France. I have limited time but looking forward to some local help. A surfing culture is recognised around the world your comments are out of line so accept the attitude back in spades