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Greece boasts nearly nine-thousand miles of craggy coastline spread out over more than one-thousand islands, and receives short-interval doses of small to medium-sized windswell in spurts throughout the year. Greek surf zones can be divided into 3 key areas: the west coast, along the Ionian and Mediterranean Seas, home to Greece's best surf; the numerous Greek Islands between the Aegean and Crete ...

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