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Sweden's two dozen mapped surf spots consist mainly of rocky pointbreaks and a few beach- breaks, all of them best in autumn and winter; most are located in the Baltic Sea, along the southern portion of the country's east coast and on the islands of Gotland and Öland. Ridable surf is also found on Sweden's west coast, facing the Kattegat Sea. Weak, blown-out, short-interval waves, produced by loca...

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