Seas & Patterns

The waves get their shapes from the storms and the wind, but also from the shorescape and the seabed. They break differently on a wide sandy beach than when they reach the rocks. The pattern of the waves turns into unpatterned sequences, depending on where they reach the shore.

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Basque Country. Flysch Wanderlust

There are only 13 kilometres of this particular geology and this scenic landscape in the entire Basque Country. Read more.


Lisbon. Carcavelos

Life by the ocean is pretty much about the ocean. About going by the ocean, staying on the beach or in the water, disconnecting, relaxing. Read more.


The Hague by the Sea

“… as the sea loves, with a blue heart and a freed soul.” Read more.


Basque Country. Mundaka

Mundaka is a small village within the Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve, about one hour away from Bilbao. Read more.


Cyclades. Charming Kythnos

The Greek Cyclades form a circle (that’s what the name means in English) around the mythical island of Delos. According to the Greek mythology, Poseidon, God of the sea, furious at the Cyclades nymphs, turned them into islands. And, from this legendary circle, this is the island with the most authentic vibes, for me: Kythnos. Read more.


Lisbon. Costa da Caparica

It’s wide, unspoiled and breathtaking. Read more.


Basque Country. Zurriola

Great waves, cool vibes and stunning architecture around it – that’s what makes Zurriola one of the best urban beaches of Europe. Read more.


Lisbon. Praia do Guincho

Beautifully rough, this place is quite off the beaten road of tourists. Read more.