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The Ultimate Guide to Surfing in Iceland Guide to Iceland
    "Cold, beautiful and unpredictable" is how Atli, describes Iceland as a surfing destination. He has traversed the world in search of the perfect wave and is a diligent member of Iceland's slowly growing community of surfers who have mastered the waters of the southwest coast. "Surfing has started to get more popular with Icelanders," says Atli.Author: Magnús Ólafsson

Surfing in Greenland..! - Borea Adventures
    Surfing in Greenland..! AURORA picked up a new group of explorers in Kulusuk on August 17th. That day was foggy and for awhile it didn´t look like the plane from Iceland could land. Eventually they found an opening in the fog and landed. This was a group of experienced Californian surfers that were here to explore opportunities for surfing in ...

Surfing in Iceland - Surf Tours
    Come join us at our surfing school where all equipment is included, we’ll go through the technique, equipment, environment and safety. You can even have your private surfing school if you include at least four friends. Come and enjoy surfing in Iceland. More info. INFO. Adventure Vikings Office: Ármúli 4-6 …

Surfing in Ireland - Wikipedia
    History. Surfing has been documented in Ireland as early as 1949, however it wasn't until 1964 that the "Bray Island Surf Club" was founded. Ireland was first represented at the World Surfing Championship in 1966 by Kevin Cavey, which in turn inspired the first Irish National Surfing Championships, held in Tramore, Co. Waterford in 1967. The first Irish Inter County Surfing Championships was ...Country: Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland

Iceland - WannaSurf, surf spots atlas, surfing photos ...
    Location: Northern Europe, island between the Greenland Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, northwest of the UK Geographic coordinates: 65° 0' N, 18° 0' W Coastline km: 4,970 km km Climate: temperate; moderated by North Atlantic Current; mild, windy winters; damp, cool summers Terrain: mostly plateau interspersed with mountain peaks, icefields; coast deeply indented by bays and fiords

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