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Holnis Surf Beach
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Surf- und Kitespot am Strand von Holnis. Abgesperrter Bereich als Start- und Landezone. Optimal bei Ostwind und sehr beliebt bei vielen Wassersportlern.

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Uploaded: 17/07/2011
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