On October 1st, the famous Greek island welcomes Red Bull Art of Motion for the 6th year. The most prestigious freerunning competition in the world returns in Santorini with an impressive line-up of 18 professionals as well as amateur athletes.
Martinique Surf Pro
Surfing at Martinique Surf Pro, Basse-Pointe
The recipe is simple, same dates, same place, more fun, more talent, skills and higher surfing level! The 2016 Martinique Surf Pro will take place at the Basse-Pointe surf spot from the 17th to the 24th of April, 2016.
The 2016 Martinique Surf Pro is currently ranked as a QS 3000 event, essentially meaning that the winner “bags” 3000 points giving him the chance to improve both in his regional rankings and take a leap in the QS rankings too. A great start for any surfer’s year! Organizers say that the level of this year’s Martinique Surf Pro will be significantly improved from last year, as the event has gathered the attention of many international athletes among the world’s elites.
Alongside the surfing action, the organizers are also making sure of the spectators’ entertainment besides the athletic side of the event. A grand opening party on the 15th of April will take place, as well as plenty other artistic events throughout the duration of the 2016 Martinique Surf Pro. To book your ticket for the Opening Party, click here.
For the event’s full program, click here. If you want to have the best view to the surfing, then click here to secure your position among the 100 VIP spectators who can enjoy this new feature this year. Prices start from €39,00/day pass and include a spectacular view from a beautiful setting, open bar, goodies and more.
How to get to Martinique:
The Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport is the main airport of Martinique for surfers coming to the event. It is served by several airlines from Europe, Africa, the U.S, Noth & South America and nearby islands.
The nearby island of St Lucia (just 18 miles away from Martinique) is a great non-direct option to reach Martinique. Airlines servicing St Lucia are : Air Canada, Air Sunshine, American Airlines, British Airways, Condor, Delta Airlines, JetBlue Airways, AmeriJet international, Corporate Air, DHL Aviation. From there you then need a boat or plane to Martinique. LIAT flies from St Lucia to Martinique.