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With over 1,200 protected acres alive with wildlife, forests, and cold mountain creeks, only 200 acres are dedicated to vineyards. From the rugged slopes of Mount St. Helena, the brisk, oceanic Sonoma Coast, and the august soils of the Oakville bench, Peter Michael Winery produces an offering of single-vineyard estate wines indicative of each of these distinct lands.

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North Devon and Cornwall, in South West England, are celebrated for their ideal surfing spots. The peninsula protrudes straight out into the cold, dynamic Atlantic, with the topography of the seabed and the swell of the waves combining to create exciting surf spots. Sennen Beach, the most westerly beach in Cornwall, is one of the most exposed beaches and the place to head to for all levels. It has one of the longest-running surf schools in England. Fistral Beach is on the north coast and another top spot where many surf competitions are held, with its own big-wave spot called Cribba, which has been known to have waves that reach 30 feet (9 meters). Porthleven, not for the beginner, is also very popular, with waves breaking over rocks rather than the usual sandy beach breaks and potential for big swells. A long list of beaches attracts surfers from around the globe, where a mixture of tame and turbulent waves makes them the ideal spot for beginners and seasoned pros alike. There are estimations believing there to be some 35 million active surfers worldwide, with about half a million of those in the UK. Locals and surf tourists have been riding the waves here since the early 1900s. Agatha Christie, a Devonian herself, described surfing as “one of the most perfect physical pleasures I have known.” Proof of its credentials came in May 2023 when north Devon was formally designated as the UK’s first—and the planet’s biggest—World Surfing Reserve, joining the likes of Santa Cruz and Malibu on a prestigious, twelve-strong international list.

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