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Camino Surf Base Camp: Outside the bathroom facilities
Northern Spain

The Camino Surf Base Camp in Valdoviño, Galicia, is situated within a 3-star-campsite. Many trees, flowers and the view of the only 5 min distant playa de Frouxeira make it a perfect retreat for surfing and relaxation...

Also check out our website: www.caminosurf.com

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Uploaded: 22/11/2009
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