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Since the first surf explorers in the '60s discovered the great pointbreak potential of El Salvador the country has gone through a tumultuous time - a brutal army-led civil war followed by economic devastation and violent social unrest. Things have improved dramatically, surfers are returning, often using the services and experience of a local surf operator, which seems the best way to enjoy the unreal density of quality pointbreaks and avoid many problems.© 2014 Fitzpatrick/SurfCaribe.com/Low Pressure
Entry to The Winter Session has closed for this season. The task remains of picking a pair of winners for February, then sorting through all the edits in search of an overall victor.
Three months of non stop storms ended abruptly in Les Landes on Thursday.
Skeleton Bay providing the implausibly long tunnels for which it is known.