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Join Carcavelos Surf Hostel's fascinating surf camp for beginners in the perfect place to learn surf, Portugal. This is the best surf camps for you who are eager to learn how to surf in world class surf spots such as Ericeira, Praia Grande, and Guincho. This surf camp in Portugal is an unforgettable experience where you will find qualified instructors who love to share their knowledge and people who come from all over the world.
During the surf camp, you will be staying in a shared or double room at Carcavelos Surf Hostel in Carcavelos, Portugal. Carcavelos Surf Hostel is a big house with three floors, located just 250 meters from Carcavelos beach with a full capacity of 22 people (rooms for two - six people). Carcavelos Surf Hostel offers a well-equipped kitchen and a spacious common lounge area with lots of comfy sofas and dining area. Moreover, you can enjoy the 1,000 square meters private garden with barbecue and pool, chill-out zone and a terrace with a great beach view (free Wi-Fi access throughout the hostel).
The surf camp is located in Carcavelos, Portugal. Carcavelos is the main destination where the people from Lisbon come to surf. It is perfectly located between Lisbon, Cascais and Sintra, a few steps from the best beaches on the Estoril Coast.
Carcavelos was one of the first breaks to be surfed in Portugal and due to its proximity to the center of Lisbon it`s usually very crowded. It’s fairly consistent surf throughout the tide and works with a wide variety of conditions. The predominant north / north east wind blows offshore here, making it a good option when the surf is too big and the wind too hard at the Ericeira / Peniche coastline.
This beach break offers rights and lefts for rides up to 150 meters on a good day. The best swells come from the south, and the waves are ridable from one to a little over two meters. It’s best at mid-tide. The lineup and the beach do get incredibly crowded, especially on the weekend, since Carcavelos is great for expert and beginner surfers alike. If you do know what you’re doing and need space, the nearby Parede offers a much more challenging rocky bottom break that’s perfect when the swell’s in.
Carcavelos was one of the first breaks to be surfed in Portugal and due to it`s proximity to the center of Lisbon, it`s usually very crowded. It has fairly consistent surf throughout the tide and works with a wide variety of conditions. The predominant N/NE wind blows offshore here, making it a good option when the surf is too big and the wind too hard at the Ericeira / Peniche coastline.