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Drizzly, wind-lashed peninsular region of the United Kingdom; bordered by England and the North Atlantic. The Welsh coastline is full of high cliffs, headlands, small sheltered coves, reefs, and sandy beaches, and can be divided into four main surf regions: 1) The industrialized Severn Estuary, separated from England by the Bristol Channel and dependent on the biggest winter swells for ridable wav...

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