Few European surf destinations can claim to be frontiers and none come on the huge scale that Iceland and Scandinavia represent. Iceland sits mid-North Atlantic, soaking up swells from all directions. Norway has more west-facing coast than any other European country while Sweden gets waves from both the North Sea and the Baltic. Protected beaches, long pointbreaks or heavy slabs of volcanic reef are all on offer and twisting coastlines provide shelter from the malevolent arctic winds and swells.
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