SURFING HOLIDAYS & SURF CAMPS IN PORTUGAL
We offer surfing holidays & surf camps along the entire length of the Portuguese coast from the Porto area in the north to the Lisbon area in the centre to the Algarve area in the south. Portugals various regions all have something different and unique to offer the travelling surfer and there is a destination to suit all tastes and surfing abilities. Please find below an overview of what we offer in each location, if you have any specific requirements then please do not hesitate to contact the team.
Quick links: Porto (North) | Algarve (South) | Lisbon (Central)
The Portuguese Republic, is located in the west and southwest parts of the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe, and is the westernmost country in continental Europe. Portugal is bordered by Spain to the north and east and by the Atlantic Ocean to the west and south. In addition, Portugal includes two archipelagos in the Atlantic, Azores (Açores) and Madeira Islands.
Portugal has it all. Quality and consistent waves from heaving, spitting barrels like Pedra Branca or long seemingly endless walling point breaks like Coxos and world class beach breaks like Supertubos. Big wave chargers can head for Arrifana or Nazaré and newbie and beginner surfers can head for one of the many surf camps offering excellent surf at the literally hundreds of beaches and coves littered along the coast. In the North and South there are still many unexplored and hidden spots to be surfed.
Most countries of the world have different names in different languages. Some countries have also undergone name changes for political or other reasons. This list offers some of the alternative names for Portugal. It does not offer any opinion about what the “original”, “official”, “real”, or “correct” name of Portugal is or was.
Burtughāl – برتغال (Arabic), Lusitania (Latin variant), Pertual (Mirandese), a’ Phortagail (Scots Gaelic), an Phortaingéil (Irish), Portekiz (Turkish), Portiwgal (Welsh), Portogalía – Πορτογαλία (Greek), Portogallo (Italian), Portugal (Armenian, Basque, Catalan, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, French, German, Indonesian, Low Saxon, Malay, Portuguese, Romansh, Spanish, Swedish, Võro), Portugal – פּאָרטוגאַל (Yiddish), Portúgal (Icelandic), Portugāle (Latvian), Portugali (Finnish), Portugália (Hungarian), Portugalia (Polish, Romanian), Portugalija (Lithuanian, Serbian), Portugalio (Esperanto), Portugaliya – Португалия (Bulgarian, Russian), Portugall (Maltese), Portugallia (Latin), Portugalska (Lower Sorbian, Slovene), Portugalsko (Czech, Slovak), Porutogaru – ポルトガル (Japanese), Púguó – 葡國/葡国 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Purtgaal (Hindi), Pútáoyá – 葡萄牙 (Mandarin Chinese), Protukes – โปรตุเกส (Thai)
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