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The surprising story of the Mundaka “left wave”

Imagen de Mundaka y su ola izquierda
The surfing website Magic Sea Weed has a section called First Session which tells the stories of the first surfers in different famous places all...

Surfing with dolphins on the Basque Coast

Jérôme Junqua
Jérôme Junqua is a surfer, artist, and ecologist from San Luis Obispo, California, according to his Facebook profile, but for some years now he's...

Documentaries “Made In: The Basque Country”. Red Bull has won...

Reportajes de Red Bull sobre el surf en el País Vasco
This isn't the first time we've brought up Red Bull and its relationship with the Basque Country, as they've sponsored many activities here, including...

Aitor Francesena, the Blind Surfer who Learned How to Live Against...

Aitor Francesena surfista ciego de Zarautz
Aitor "Gallo" Francesena, born in Zarautz, loves surfing, and he's an expert at it, as well as being a renown monitor.  Despite his love...

After almost ten years of research, the Basque surf maker is...

Wavegarden en bristol. La primera instalación abierta al público
This article was translated by John R. Bopp We've spoken about the Basque Wavegarden project many times.  It's always fascinated us, both because of its technology as...

Bilbao, one of the ten best cities in the world for...

surfers Bilbao
This article was translated by John R. Bopp American website surfer is, according to Alexa, one of the top 50,000 most visited websites in the world.  Lately, they've been...

Was Alavan Ignacio Arana the first European surfer?

This article was translated by John R. Bopp A while back, we spoke to you about Ignacio de Arana, the Basque diplomat who was the consul...