Windsurfing spot in Viganj Croatia
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Windsurfing spot in Viganj Croatia

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Viganj is located on the peninsula pelješac in Croatia. The wind maestral is constanlty blowing almost every day during the summer which makes this place very good for windsurfers and kitesurfers alike. Across Viganj is a town called Korčula situated on the island with which it shares the same name. 

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