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caminosurf.com: Chill out at the Camino Surf Camp in Spain
Northern Spain

What a perfect day: After a decent dawn patrol surf session and a hearty breakfast it`s now time for some chill-out under blue skies in the Camino Surf Camp in Spain - you wanna join us? no worries, we are happy to share some waves with you- surf over to caminosurf.com and put together your individual package... 

Copyright: Peter peherstorfer
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Chargée: 28/05/2011
Mis à jour: 11/09/2014
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Tags: caminosurf; surfcamp; surf holiday; chill out; camping; tents; people; surfing; wellenreiten; holiday; relax; galicia; spain; valdovino
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