Legendary Surf Towns

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Baía do Sancho beach in Fernando de Noronha, Brazil.
— Nina Choi
A taco stand in Troncones, Mexico.
— Dave Lauridsen
North and south of the village center in Ericeira, Portugal, scalloped cliffs give way to white-sand beaches and consistent right-hand reef breaks.
— Goncalo Fernandes Santos/4see/Redux
The combination of relaxed European living and miles of beaches with waves for every level has lured surfers to Hossegor, France, for 20 years.
— Jörg Brockmann
Nighttime eats at Tiki Limbo, Montañita, Ecuador.
— Mauricio Granados
An iconic sign in Haleiwa, Hawaii.
— Nina Choi
The breaks attract surfers, and the setting—rain-forest-covered mountains, the Rio Barú, long stretches of beach—attracts everyone else to Dominical, Costa Rica.
— Nikki McLeod

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