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Surfing in the Azores

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The coastlines of these nine islands are basically in the way of every great swell coming in from the Atlantic. So there are lots of raw and powerful waves. And while it's not got a well publicised surfing history it's certainly been a popular spot with those in the know for a while.

Written by  Ben Whitmarsh.

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