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Some of the best surfing in Europe lies in Spain, with over 4,000km of coastline from the stunning, mountainous coastline of Cantabria in the North, to the low lying, dry coastline in the south.
The sub-continent of India has 7,000 kilometers (4,349 miles) of coastline. The greater portion of that is still unexplored, in terms of locating surf spots. There are waves in India all year round, averaging 3 to 5 feet, but the season for big waves is May through September.
Australia has a solid reputation as a fabulous holiday destination for surf addicts, and its biggest city - Sydney - is certainly no exception to the trend.
Have you ever imagined how it would be to surf in Sri Lanka? Well, you probably don't know but Sri Lanka is considered one of the most reliable surf destinations on the planet thanks to consistent Indian Ocean swells.
There's an archipelago located in the Atlantic Ocean where waves are pumping all year. Still very much uncrowded, the nine Azores Islands extend for more than 600 km of coastline.
Peru has over 1400 miles of coastline, where the surf breaks year round and with all types of wave's can be found. The points, reefs and beach breaks receive their swells from storms in the South Pacific and also from major storms in the North Pacific.

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