Underdog Surfhouse
Ride with the Wave
Mid Atlantic Hostel
Monte da Bemposta
Alentejo Surf Camp
Rapture Milfontes
Surf Lisbon
Salty Way Travel
Moby Dick Surf Lodge
Gota Dagua Surf Camp
Truck Surf Hotel
FeelViana
Easy Life
Chill In Ericeira
You and the sea
Rapture Ericeira
Noah Surf House
Rapture Coxos Surf Villa
Surfers Lodge Peniche
G3 Surf Center

Portugal

Perhaps THE most wave-rich country in all of Europe-while also the most affordable one as far as living costs go-Portugal has become an undeniably clever destination for world-class surf. Check the resume...There's renowned pointbreaks like Coxos. Incredible sandbars around Peniche, Santa Cruz, and Cascais. The biggest waves in the world at Nazaré. Sunny, inviting rollers around the Algarve... And that's just what's in the ocean. On land, it's centuries-old forts and castles, insane cuisine and wines, remarkable, lovely local people and a fascinating, vibrant capital city. Grab a rental, load up the roof-racks, and head due-West to Europe's first "World Surfing Reserve" in Ericeira. The choice is yours to go North or South from there.

Don't miss

  • Spending some time in the vibrant capital city of Lisbon
  • Sampling Portugal's incredible wines (like Port) and epic seafood
  • Watching XXL Nazaré break in the winter, from the safety of the look out tower
  • Exploring the lesser-surfed coastline's north of Nazaré toward Porto
  • A side trip to sub-tropical Portuguese islands in the Atlantic like: Madeira and the Azores

Key facts

  • Language: Portuguese
  • Currency: Euro
  • Cost of living: $$
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Perhaps THE most wave-rich country in all of Europe-while also the most affordable one as far as living costs go-Portugal has become an undeniably clever destination for world-class surf. Check the resume...There's renowned pointbreaks like Coxos. Incredible sandbars around Peniche, Santa Cruz, and Cascais. The biggest waves in the world at Nazaré. Sunny, inviting rollers around the Algarve... And that's just what's in the ocean. On land, it's centuries-old forts and castles, insane cuisine and wines, remarkable, lovely local people and a fascinating, vibrant capital city. Grab a rental, load up the roof-racks, and head due-West to Europe's first "World Surfing Reserve" in Ericeira. The choice is yours to go North or South from there.

Don't miss

  • Spending some time in the vibrant capital city of Lisbon
  • Sampling Portugal's incredible wines (like Port) and epic seafood
  • Watching XXL Nazaré break in the winter, from the safety of the look out tower
  • Exploring the lesser-surfed coastline's north of Nazaré toward Porto
  • A side trip to sub-tropical Portuguese islands in the Atlantic like: Madeira and the Azores

Key facts

  • Language: Portuguese
  • Currency: Euro
  • Cost of living: $$
read more

Trips in Portugal