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La Coruna: What to do when you get there?

The port city of La Coruna is one of Spain’s best kept secrets, its plethora of beaches and lush green spaces have become an attraction in themselves. The surfing and kitesurfing spots and Celtic architecture appeal both travellers and adrenaline junkies alike.

As one of the top surfing destinations in Galicia, it’s impossible to talk about the north of Spain and not mention La Coruña, a spot with one of the highest wave climates in Europe.

The beaches in and around La Coruña are known for their wide swell window, as swells from the west and even south-west can get in without any problems.

The large variety of sandy beaches and vast open spaces mean that you never have to worry about crowds. You can take the time to enjoy your surf and even set out your towel on the beach to relax and soak up the sun.

The city boasts many beaches, the most popular among them are Orzán, Riazor, Lapas, San Amaro, Oza and Matadoiro. These locations have become the top meeting points for surfers and kitesurfers around the globe, as the secluded area is a huge attraction for board sports fans.

The sumptuous backdrops of some of the highest cliffs in Europe and mountainous coastline is another reason why water sport lovers seek out La Coruna, as all this adds to making it the perfect location for all extreme sports.

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La Coruna: What to do when you get there?

The port city of La Coruna is one of Spain’s best kept secrets, its plethora of beaches and lush green spaces have become an attraction in themselves. The surfing and kitesurfing spots and Celtic architecture appeal both travellers and adrenaline junkies alike.

As one of the top surfing destinations in Galicia, it’s impossible to talk about the north of Spain and not mention La Coruña, a spot with one of the highest wave climates in Europe.

The beaches in and around La Coruña are known for their wide swell window, as swells from the west and even south-west can get in without any problems.

The large variety of sandy beaches and vast open spaces mean that you never have to worry about crowds. You can take the time to enjoy your surf and even set out your towel on the beach to relax and soak up the sun.

The city boasts many beaches, the most popular among them are Orzán, Riazor, Lapas, San Amaro, Oza and Matadoiro. These locations have become the top meeting points for surfers and kitesurfers around the globe, as the secluded area is a huge attraction for board sports fans.

The sumptuous backdrops of some of the highest cliffs in Europe and mountainous coastline is another reason why water sport lovers seek out La Coruna, as all this adds to making it the perfect location for all extreme sports.

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