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Kitesurf en el Sardinero
Northern Spain

This panorama was taken in the called first beach of "El Sardinero" situated in the city of Santander. This beach is a well-known surf point of the coast of Cantabria. Frequently in a windy day it's plenty of people practising surf, kitesurf or bodyboard.

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Uploaded: 29/03/2011
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Tags: santander; cantabria; españa; spain; kitesurf; sardinero; playa; beach; surf
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