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Côte des Légendes

Guide to the Côte des Légendes, Finistère

Located in Finistère, Brittany, France. The Coast of the Legends or La Cotes Des Légendes offers sublime landscapes. It is an astonishing stretch of coast. Here, the sea meets the wild coast.  Everything that lives there does it intensely: the landscapes, the people, the legends. It is an area with strong Breton character, isolated beaches […]

Guide du stand up paddle au Sénégal par Antoine Leroux

Antoine Leroux sera notre stand up paddle guide pour ce premier stop sur le continent africain, au Sénégal plus précisément. Cet amateur des produits de la marque française Gong...

Guide du stand up paddle de la Presqu'île de Crozon par Mathieu Lemaître

A l’extrémité ouest de la Bretagne, dans le Finistère, la presqu’île de Crozon offre des paysages sauvages magnifiques. Cette destination s’adresse aux pratiquants de paddle de tous les niveaux. Découvrez le guide SUP de ce petit bout de paradis.

Guide du Stand Up Paddle à Sainte-Maxime

La station balnéaire de Sainte-Maxime est située dans le Golfe de Saint-Tropez, département du Var. La citée du sud-est de la France a intégré en 2019 le Top 10 des meilleures destinations européenne, devant les célèbres capitales européennes. Réputée pour ses belles plages, elle offre un beau décor, idéal pour les pratiquants de stand up […]

Guide du Stand Up Paddle à Marseille par Nicolas Manoussos

Marseille est la capitale du sud-est de la France, deuxième commune française en nombre d’habitants. C’est l’une des plus vieilles villes de France qui grâce à son port ouvrait les portes du commerce méditerranéen. Desservie par le TGV, les bus et son aéroport international, il est facile de s’échapper quelques jours dans la citée phocéenne […]
Tutukaka Coast

Stand Up Paddle Guide to Tutukaka Coast by Jo Roberts

Natural beauty abounds on the Tutukaka Coast. Rocky shores, and pristine white sand beaches, stunning coastal bush walks, and the incredible Poor Knights Marine Reserve. The Tutukaka Coast is located on the North East coast of the Northland, New Zealand. It is about a 2.5 hour drive from Auckland when heading North, or 1 hour from […]
County Sligo

Stand Up Paddle Guide to County Sligo by Paul Byrne

County Sligo is a watermans dream. The beaches at Strandhill and Enniscrone, County Sligo Ireland are great for seasoned SUP surfers, downwiders but also perfect for learners, The County Sligo has a strong surfing tradition with many locals and visitors taking to the water whenever the Atlantic does its thing. Plus when the Atlantic is not […]

Stand Up Paddle Guide to Chiba by Dane Gillett

Chiba is located just south of Tokyo, literally just a stone’s throw away from the capital.The Chiba prefecture is divided into north and south. This spot is just a little far for most to commute to Tokyo so the area still has a quaint country feel to it.  Chiba is an area packed with activities, where […]
San Onofre

Stand Up Paddle Guide to San Onofre by Gemma Flinkman

 San Onofre State Beach (or Sano as it is known) is one of California’s most popular beaches and hosts surfers, swimmers, sunbathers, campers, kayakers, birders, fishermen and bicyclists. Sandwiched between Sand Diego to the south and Los Angeles to the north, with lots going on its a very dynamic. Infinity SUP rider Genna Flinkman introduces us to this […]
Mounts Bay

Stand Up Paddle Guide to Mounts Bay, UK, by Ginnie Betts

Mounts Bay, with Penzance at its center, has recently been described as one of the ‘Most Beautiful Bays in the World’. Mounts Bay found in Cornwall, is in the extreme southwestern peninsula of England, UK. It has a long sweeping bay, it is one of the sunniest areas in the UK, with light blue waters, […]
Los Barriles

Stand Up Paddle Guide to Los Barriles, Mexico by Fiona Wylde

Are you looking for a sunny place to spend a long weekend, a month or maybe three? Well, it doesn’t really matter how long you stay in Los Barriles, you can be certain that an adventure will wind up at your door step. Los Barriles is a small town located about an hour north of Cabo […]

Stand Up Paddle Guide to Cascais by Leonard Nika

Cascais is a wonderful Atlantic coastal town just 30km west of the Portuguese capital, Lisbon, and is one of the wealthiest communities within the entire country. Traditionally a fishing community, Cascais has developed in recent decades into a popular tourist destination for Portuguese and foreign visitors alike. As such, it has become well connected to […]

Stand Up Paddle Guide to Athens, Greece, by Dimitris Komninos

There are a million reasons to visit Athens. The cradle of western civilisation since Antiquity, Athens has today blossomed once more into a stunning and cosmopolitan urban destination that attracts millions of visitors from across the globe annually, all in search of rich history, tantalising cuisine and fascinating  Greek culture. But fewer people perhaps know about […]

Stand Up Paddle Guide to Sayulita, Mexico, by Fernando Stalla

Sayulita is an idyllic beach village located in the state of Nayarit on Mexico’s west coast. Quieter than the nearby resort city of Puerto Vallarta, which is situated just 40km south of the beach settlement, Sayulita is famed for its year-round warm and favourable conditions, attracting watersports enthusiasts from across the country and further afield. […]

Stand Up Paddle Guide to Fuerteventura by Sonni Hönscheid

Fuerteventura is the second largest island (after Tenerife) making up the archipelago of the Canary Islands located just off the coast of Africa. Fuerteventura is the closest of the islands to the nearby continent, situated just 80km off the African coastline. A region of Spain, the Canary Islands (sometimes referred to as “Europe’s Hawaii”) offer […]

Stand Up Paddle Guide to Whangarei, New Zealand, by Marcus Hansen

Whangarei is New Zealand’s northernmost city and capital of the Northland Region, one of New Zealand’s 16 local government regions. It is situated roughly 2 hours north of the capital, Auckland. Beyond its northerly location, Whangarei is mainly known as something of a fisherman’s paradise and a holidaymaker’s haven, with an endless number of fishing […]
San Clemente

Stand Up Paddle in San Clemente

Situated in the renowned Orange County region of Southern California (SoCal), San Clemente is something of a best kept secret among the Californian surfing population. Located just south along the coastline from the often thronged and universally famous Laguna Beach, as well as rival surf spot Dana Point, San Clemente has the merit of being […]
Lake Tahoe

Stand Up Paddle in Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe is one of the most famed and renowned holiday making spots in the USA. Straddling the states of California and Nevada and located at the foot of the breathtaking Sierra Nevada mountain range, the clear blue waters of the United States’ largest Alpine lake have been drawing in tourists in search of relaxation […]

Stand Up Paddle in Crozon, SUP Schools & Spots

The Crozon Peninsula, which is located within the Armorican National Park area of Brittany, on France’s northwestern tip, and situated along the country’s Atlantic coast, provides a dramatic and invigorating backdrop for watersports enthusiasts of all ages and disciplines. Among these is of course stand-up paddle, which has gained a great deal of importance and […]

Stand Up Paddle in Hossegor, SUP Surf Schools & Spots

Situated in the Aquitaine region of southwestern France, which is primarily known for its pine forests, expansive sandy beaches and vertiginous sand dunes, Hossegor is regarded as something of a Mecca for French surfing and SUP Surf aficionados. With many well-known surf spots, including La Gravière, L’Estacade and Le Santocha, among others, the local area […]

Stand Up Paddle in Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona is of course a Mediterranean city that needs no introduction. One of Europe’s most beloved cities when it comes to tourism, Barcelona is equally famed for its climate, its architecture and its nightlife as for its cuisine, its lifestyle and its beaches. And rightly so. La Ciudad Condal, to borrow its Castilian nickname, is […]
Hood River

Stand Up Paddle in Hood River, Oregon - SUP Rentals & Schools

Situated at the foot of Mount Hood and nestled at the confluence of the Hood and Columbia Rivers, Hood River is today one of the most important destinations on the North American SUP circuit. A water sports hub par excellence, Hood River has historically been a haven for kiteboard, windsurf, kayak and whitewater enthusiasts, and […]
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