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Waves, winds and tides are variables that can make or break a surf session. Find the right beach, on the right day for those conditions and you will have magic moments that can not be reproduced anywhere else. That is what Go Surf Lisboa offers. They will take you to the best waves in town, keeping the spirit alive, searching for the waves that suit you best. You do not want to surf with resignation on the same beach everyday, the same wave for the rest of your life. The experienced team will pull all stops to give you what you deserve. Go Surf Lisboa promises you the best waves in town to embark on an unforgettable holiday.
Located in the historical and most central part of Lisbon, Baixa-Chiado, Lisbon Hostel offers you the opportunity to feel this unique city in the hostel itself. This is a unique, beautiful last-century house, with a high quality infrastructure and endings and incredible common areas to make you feel at home. They have a garden and a terrace with exceptional views to the Tajo river and the 25 Abril Bridge. The lovely hostel is located in the heart of the city.
The retreat is targeted at surfers who do not only want to enroll in a qualified course with dedicated teachers, but also search an unforgettable holiday experience. No matter if you are a beginner or an experienced surfer, there is always something you can learn from these professional instructors. They will help you to catch your first green wave and tackle the surfing world, or to advance your skills to the next level. During the hours you are not in the water, there are thousands of activities to take part in. You can either relax on the balmy beaches with the greatest weather in Europe, taste the superlative seafood in this heaven for foodies, or integrate yourself in the buzzing nightlife in this ancient city or Portugal.
This retreat will take place in Lisbon, Portugal.
Lisbon is full of great places to eat fresh seafood. You can eat really for practically nothing. Despite recent sales tax hikes, it is easy to eat a hearty traditional meal with duck baked with rice, eggs scrambled with salt-cod and olives, or grilled fresh sardines for about 7 USD in neighborhood eateries known as tascas. Food is taken very seriously here and even fancy restaurants are much cheaper than in most European capitals. Regarding wine, Portugal is famed for Port wine, but Lisbons favorite sweet tipple is this rich, red cherry liqueur called ginjinha. Best sipped at one of the old hole-in-the-wall bars around Rossio square or the many kiosk terraces in gardens and squares around the city. The neighborhood markets are a feast for foodies. Fancy tripe, baby squid, or a plate of freshly picked loquats are all available in Lisbons neighborhood markets. The best known is the 132-year-old Mercado da Ribeira, poised for a major facelift.