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The only Brazilian beach considered a “World Surfing Reserve”

There are countless beaches suitable for surfing in the world.

Still, only 12 have been considered "World Surfing Reserves" - a program of the NGO Save The Waves Coalition, dedicated to preserving and protecting surfing areas worldwide.

Among them are five in Latin America and one in Brazil: Guarda do Embaú, Santa Catarina.

Beach number 12 was recently chosen: a coastline of about 30 kilometers around Braunton Burrows on the north coast of Devon in southwest England.

"We are delighted that this extraordinary coastline will be recognized for the quality of its surfing and its valuable ecosystem," said Kevin Cook, a . . .

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