San Sebastian becomes the World Surf Capital
The International Meeting of the World Surf Cities Network will be held in San Sebastian on 21st, 22nd and 23rd November, in which representatives of the cities that make up this network will participate. The meeting will serve as an opportunity to discover first-hand the projects and working methods that the participating cities are implementing, as well as the possibility of learning from world experts and networking with surf companies, entrepreneurs and professionals on the five continents. The event will be attended by representatives from the cities of Arica (Chile), Santos (Brazil), Montañita (Ecuador), Huanchaco (Peru), San Sebastian, Durban (South Africa), Lacanau (France), Gold Coast (Australia), New Plymouth (New Zealand), Viña del Mar (Chile), Mafra (Portugal) and Viana do Castelo (Portugal).
Jim Houghton, Executive Sales Director at Surfline, the world's most important digital communication media specialised in surfing with 1.7 M visitors a month, will participate in the International Conference, which will be held on Wednesday 21st November at the Miramar Palace. Then, the WSCN cities will present their strategies in the development of surfing as a key economic sector.
The International Conference is open to the public upon registration here: