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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