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WORLD SURF CITIES NETWORK

A collaborative network among cities that have a strategy to develop surfing as a social and economic wealth-creating activity. Cities in America, Africa, Europe and Oceania share their knowledge and collaborate on Surfing initiatives.

ABOUT US

A surf city is an urban area where surf, the culture of surf and employment in industries related to the surf sector constitute a significant part of the economic, social and base of the city and where there is a surf industry formally recognised by the
administration of the city.

WHAT WE DO

The WSCN seeks to promote local economic activity (industry, tourism and local employment) through surf by sharing knowledge of ideas and cooperation in projects between surf cities. The Network is led by the city of San Sebastian which has ample experience in innovation management.

FORMING PART OF THE WSCN

The World Surf Cities Network is open to admitting new cities that aim to become an international benchmark thanks to the local development of surfing, and its public and private actors.

WSCN CITIES

Managing surf tourism * Cooperation between cities * Development and employment * Sharing knowledge * R+D+I

ARICA

(Chile)

The city Puerto de Arica is situated in the heart of the Andean Macro-region which is bordered by Peru, Bolivia and the Pacific Ocean, considered one of the most active in the planet. Arica is situated 2,085 km north of Santiago ...

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DURBAN

(South Africa)

The City of Newcastle acknowledges that we are on the traditional country of the Awabakal and Worimi peoples. The City recognises and respects their cultural heritage, beliefs and continuing relationship with the land and the sea ...

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ERICEIRA

(Portugal)

Ericeira is a favourite destination for seaside holidays. This coastal town, founded eight centuries ago, is 35 kilometres north of Lisbon and offers a perfect atmosphere for visitors to relax and enjoy themselves ...

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GOLD COAST

(Australia)

Famous for its sun, surf and sand, the Gold Coast stretches along 57km of coastline. In less than a century, the city has evolved from a string of seaside villages to one of the most famous holiday destinations in the world ...

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HUANCHACO

(Peru)

Huanchaco is located in Northern Peru, near Trujillo, the third largest city in Peru. Huanchaco was an important port, during Moche and Chimu empires, 100- 1400 A.D. The art of surfing began in Huanchaco 5000 years ago ...

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LACANAU

(France)

Lacanau is on the Atlantic coast of Médoc, 40 km from Bordeaux, 2h30 from Paris thanks to the LGV and 30 minutes from Bordeaux Mérignac airport. Lacanau is an extraordinary landscape, with its 16 km ...

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LAS PALMAS DE GRAN CANARIA

(Canary Islands)

Its excellent weather, delicious food, dreamy landscapes and cozy atmosphere, make the Canary Islands the perfect destination for your next vacation. But the Canary Islands not only stand out as one ...

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MIRAFLORES

(Islas Canarias)

I cannot liberate of Miraflores, i cannot stop writing about Miraflores", said by Mario Vargas Llosa because was the place where he spents the best moments during his chilhood and youth ...

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MONTAÑITA

(Ecuador)

Montañita is a commune that belongs to Manglaralto located in Santa Elena city and in the ecuadorian coastline. In this coastline there is a touristic product denominated “La Ruta del Sol” ...

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NEW PLYMOUTH

(New Zealand)

New Plymouth is the main town within the province of Taranaki. Situated on the West Coast of the North Island (facing Australia) and is exposed to the Tasman Sea. Surfing was started by the visit of travelling ...

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SALINAS

(Ecuador)

The city of Salinas belonging to the canton of the same name, is located in the province of Santa Elena at the foot of the sea geographically at the most outstanding ...

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SAN SEBASTIÁN

(Basque Country)

Donostia-San Sebastian is a city of 180,000 inhabitants situated on the east coast of the Basque Country. Washed by the rough waters of the Cantabrian the city has 3 very active beaches for practising nautical sports ...

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SANTOS

(Brasil)

He surfed his first waves in July 1938, the date on which Brazilian surfing began. It is calculated that nowadays there are approximately 5,000 people practising the sport. The city is also pioneering ...

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VIANA DO CASTELLO

(Portugal)

He surfed his first waves in July 1938, the date on which Brazilian surfing began. It is calculated that nowadays there are approximately 5,000 people practising the sport. The city is also pioneering in having a public surfing school ...

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VIÑA DEL MAR

(Chile)

Viña del Mar is a city with 350,000 inhabitants, located on Chile’s Pacific coast. It is part of an urban cluster of 5 cities (Valparaíso, Concón, Quilpué, Villa Alemana and Viña del Mar), which for the purposes of studies ...

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