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Summer surf along Belgium's 100-mile-long coastline is virtually nonexistent, while autumn and winter swells funnel down through the North Sea and produce cold, crumbling, but serviceable waves. Surfer's Paradise, the wryly named beach area in the northwest, is Belgium's premier wave-riding area, with a breakwater helping to create shapely beachbreak peaks. Further south, in Blankenberge and Ooste...

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