Gone with the wind: Malacky and Korlátko

Discover the amazing Záhorie region.

Korlátko CastleKorlátko Castle (Source: VaGa)

The great Passat wind is blowing above the Canary Islands again. It fills the sails and lifts the kites, it dresses windsurfers and kitesurfers in wetsuits.

In the Alps, ski tourers strap their skis on when the Alpine föhn blows, and it accompanies them on their snowy journeys.

The winter monsoon brings snow and joy to free riders on the Japanese Island of Hokkaido.

And the hot Mediterranean Sirocco wind leaves Saharan sand on windows and doors.

And what about the wind in Slovakia?

Where can you find wind, pine forests and sand dunes here?

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