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Topic: Surfing in July Portugal
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Topic: Surfing in July Portugal
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Surfing in July Portugal

Hi there
We are planning to stay 10 days at the beginning of July in Portugal to surf. Where are a good spots and how are conditions in July?

Thanks a lot
Cheers



By:

Dado

RE: Surfing in July Portugal

Hi

We are going to be there in july allso ... and i wander the same thing abaut the conditions of the surf ...??

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Artur Ferrão

RE: Surfing in July Portugal

Hi,
You can came to Ericeira, there are waves for all kinds of levels, but also beaches for everyone.
I have friends that own a Hostel in Ericeira called The Wave Beach 'n' Surf Hostel. You can email them to help you. Intothewave.hostel@gmail.com or find them in facebook

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Filipe Ferreira

RE: Surfing in July Portugal

Hi there,

Im a Portuguese Local surf instructor with 18 years surf experience and is own surfproject at Lisbon.

July at Portugal receives less swell but increases the North wind soo.. it is better for you to choose areas that have a consistent coast but away from the typical onshore.. tricky..

the best thing will be to chase the best conditions.. the main spots for July would be Figueira da Foz, Ericeira and Sagres...

Any advice just let me know about your plans..

Cheers

By:

Surfivor Surf Camp

RE: Surfing in July Portugal

Hi,

The Surfivor Surf Hostel is located right on the beach and near to all the best surf spots in the Oporto region Portugal. Extra activities like Yoga, Capoeira, Surfaris, BBQ's and partys.

Only a few minutes from Porto, a historical city with a rich culture and many young people and students.

A surf camp week starting at: € 350,-

More info:
www.surfivorcamp.com

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