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FIRST WAVEGARDEN IN A LANDLOCKED COUNTRY OPENS IN THE SWISS ALPS
For the first time in the history of mainland Europe it is possible to surf world-class waves in the Swiss Alps year long, thanks to the new surfing facility developed in Sion, just 1 hour from Lausanne.
WAVEGARDEN TO OPEN ITS FIFTH FACILITY AT ALAIA BAY IN THE SWISS ALPS
Ahead of the official opening in May some of the world’s best surfers tested out the waves at Alaïa Bay in the Swiss Alps. Hawaii’s Zeke Lau (Hawaii), Aritz Aranburu (Basque Country), Maud Le Car (France) and some other European pros surfed Wavegarden’s 20-wave menu under the snow-capped mountains, 500 metres above sea level.
KIDS SESSION AT WAVE PARK, SOUTH KOREA
Wave Park, next to Seoul in South Kore, is the ideal location for kids to learn to surf in safe and controlled conditions.
Surfworks, South Carolina's first surf & adventure park will be located in the heart of America's favorite family beach destination, Myrtle Beach.
Myrtle Beach welcomes over 20 million annual visitors. Many of these visitors book surf lesson during their stay. A surf park, powered by Wavegarden, will offer perfect waves all day, every day. Our facility will be the ideal place for learning to surf and progressing rapidly.
The technology behind the Wavegarden Cove was developed at a secret location in the Basque mountains in Northern Spain. The technology is a modular electromechanical system that moves in a harmonious sequence to displace water and produce up to 900 quality waves per hour.
Developed in-house by Wavegarden's team of experts, our state-of-the-art water treatment system keeps the water crystal clear and hygienically clean.