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El Espigon
Northern Spain

Panorama from "El Espigón" in the beach of Meron in San Vicente de la Barquera. Frequently visited by surfers because of its well known wave. The competition "El Tablero" took place here in 2011, in which longboarders from Asturias, Cantabria and País Vasco participate every year.

At the end of "El Espigón" it's situated the famous red and white "Farolillo", (little lighthouse).

Copyright: Panorama Llama
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Taken: 26/01/2013
Uploaded: 04/02/2013
Updated: 09/10/2014
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Tags: san vicente de la barquera; cantabria; españa; spain; espigon; meron; playa; beach; mar; sea; surf; costa; coast; longboard; nose riding; tablero
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