Belgium is commonly associated with chocolate (its origins are traced there) and hundreds of types of beer, which will be appreciated by many lovers of this beverage, as well as with original lace, admired by every woman with a non-banal style. Above all however, Belgium is known for its...

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France, which is sometimes called “the Hexagon”, has naturally delineated borders. In the south it is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, in the north – by the English Channel (La Manche in French), while in the east and west it is bordered by the Bay of Biscay and the river Rhine,...

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The Netherlands is a country commonly associated with wooden windmills, tulips and lots of fun. It is also a paradise for all canal barge enthusiasts since almost 20% of its whole territory is cut by sailing routes. It is good to know that sailing on barges is a very attractive pastime which does...

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With a wide range of idyllic natural ports, marinas with hi-tech equipment, and a well-organised sailing base, Germany is a perfect destination for all lovers of water sports. The basin of the Baltic Sea abounds in islets, Dutch straits, ports, beaches, as well as old towns and fishing settlements.

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Amazing landscapes, crystal clear air, sheltered beaches, and the coast guarded by skerries comprise Scotland’s main assets. There is no better place for sailors in summer. Numerous archipelagos and fairy-tale exoticism imbued with the pine scent guarantee peaceful rest and personal contact...

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A country famous for pasta, olive oil, pizza, sun and, above all, magnificent architecture, fabulous coasts, plenty of islands, and breath-taking landscapes. A long coastline, a Mediterranean climate and well-equipped marinas each year attract sailors from all over the world.

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