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Small but ridable waves occasionally roll ashore along the Spanish Mediterranean, and the arid southwest coast around Cádiz can produce good surf on occasion, but the heart of surfing in Spain is found on the 350-mile north-facing coastline known as El Cantabrico, in the Bay of Biscay. On this coast, the best-known area is the Pais Vasco, near France, home to more than a dozen premium surf spots, ...

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