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NEW PLYMOUTH

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 California surfers Bing Copeland and Rick Stoner in the late 1950's ...

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SANTOS

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 and a surfing subject at the university ...

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ERICEIRA

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. With clear water, rich in mineral salts and an iodine-rich climate, the area of Ericeira ...

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DURBAN

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, and that they are the proud survivors of more than two hundred years ...

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ARICA

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, the capital of Chile and is the gateway to one of the most enigmatic and driest deserts in the world: The Atacama Desert ...

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