surfing (10 community guides)

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5
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For a chef like me, the Waikato region of North Island, New Zealand, is an ideal destination. A benign climate and rich soil guarantee great produce, there's a vibrant café culture – and you can surf…... read more »
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Destination: Margaret River, Perth
In Western Australia, Perth and Margaret River can offer foodies everything from fabulous wineries to a fine line in bush tucker ... read more »
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Destination: Cork
Beautiful beaches, stunning cliff walks and some fine traditional food are among the highlights of a visit to Cork, one of Ireland’s real beauty spots... read more »
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Don’t let the fact that you’re short on time put you off driving South Africa's Garden Route. Admire the views, enjoy fresh food and local wine, then sleep it all off in pretty hideaways... read more »
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4
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With its quiet campsites shaded by pines, its beautiful people and glorious Basque cuisine, South-west France offers more than just good surf and beaches. Head for Mimizan, Hossegor and Guéthary... read more »
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Fancy joining the no-fly zone? Take the ferry to Santander and arrive rested and relaxed, ready to explore the stunning Cantabrian coastline.... read more »
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On a tour of the west coast of Ireland, you can sample the finest food and drink the land of a thousand welcomes has to offer... read more »
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Half a pound of vanilla fudge, 199 steps, four miles of beach, a trip on the Hogwarts Express and a taste of Dracula’s blood made for a fantastic family holiday in Whitby... read more »
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Northern Spain, and particularly Cantabria, is often overlooked by sun-seekers. But base yourself in Santander and you can discover beaches, food and wine to rival anywhere in the world... read more »
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3
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No not the Australian Gold Coast. This one is in England, North Devon to be precise. It is characterised by rolling hills and wide, golden sand beaches. It is a magnet for surfers... read more »
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