Seven surfing spots in all four corners of the world

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Seven surfing spots in all four corners of the world

Have you ever surfed in a city centre? Surfed a 35-metre-high wave? Surfed inland in the middle of the UK? When thinking about your next surf trip, these seven destinations offer something out of the ordinary.

In 1778, British explorer James Cook watched a strange spectacle off the coast of Hawaii. Out on the water, balancing on wooden boards, the locals competed in fierce sports competitions. Today, over two centuries after Captain Cook's discovery, the sport has spread to all four corners of the world. So much so that, whatever your level or preferences, there is a wave with your name on it somewhere in the world. From Biarritz to Munich, from Norway to Tahiti, you can surf at spots all over the globe.

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