More than a thousand miles from any coast, the marshes are one of the only places in the United States where the naturally occurring water is saline. In addition to providing the flood protection we
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From the United Kingdom to Spain, France, and Portugal, the surf in Western Europe can be pretty spectacular when it wants to be!
Traveling through Europe on the hunt for the best surfing spots is a
With foreign travellers to Spain subject to a two-week quarantine from Friday for the foreseeable future, Spanish tour operators remain pessimistic about the international tourism trade this summer.
SpaceX is poised to ignite a new era of human spaceflight this week when its Crew Dragon capsule carries two NASA astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS). The Demo-2 test flight is schedu
If you are good enough, you may find yourself invited to come and teach at one of the many surf schools along the coasts of Spain, France, and Portugal. This is a great way to travel around Europe, s
Peniche in Portugal has for many years been one of the most popular surfing destinations in Europe, and it’s not hard to see why.
Peniche is very easy to access thanks to budget airlines like EasyJet
Had Robin Hood been able to surf, he would have surfed at Tenby. The city’s beaches served as a backdrop for the shooting of the film "Robin Hood". He would certainly have enjoyed the beauty of those
Come and discover "Peniche", a fresh and young destination which until recently was an island surrounded by the sea. The biggest waves and the best surfers meet every year in Peniche. Do not miss the
It's difficult to believe when you look at it now, but the picturesque town of Willisau nurses a grizzly past. The central Swiss village of 7000 residents has been ransacked by marauders and ravaged