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The 2020 Summer Olympics are heading to Tokyo, the capital of Japan. Interestingly, the largest metropolitan area in the world is known for hosting world-class surf spots.
Gibraltar has an area of only 2.6 square miles (6.7 km2). The territory is disputed by the United Kingdom and Spain, but for surfers it only matters if it's pumping.
Bali offers some of the best surf spots in the world, during the dry and wet seasons. The island of 5,632 square kilometers surrounded by coral reefs is considered to be a surfer's paradise.
When the Middle East meets the Asian continent, there's Masirah Island, one of the best kept secrets in the kiteboarding world.
North Korea, the world's most secretive country, has plenty of secret surf spots to discover. But, will it be possible to ride waves in the land of Kim Il-sung, the eternal president?
Portugal offers approximately 943 kilometres (586 miles) of waves. It is considered one of the best countries in the world for surfing, as you'll find a good to great surf spot all along the coast.

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