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Best places to stay for July/August Surf sessions in Portuga« on: July 10 2007 14:07:00 »
Hello unknown friends...
Well. The situation is that I would like to take this girl to portugal. she is really keen on getting her first log time in - and honestly I just N.E.E.D. waves. does anyone have some honest advice on best-value-for-money places to stay at the beautiful beaches of Portugal? more on the last minute side of life...
Thank you for sharing and thinking in the first place...
(I swear I would NEVER drop in on you ;o)
RE: Best places to stay for July/August Surf sessions in Portuga« Reply #1 on: July 11 2007 07:07:00 »
I live in Consolaçao, Portugal. Consolaçao is on the Southern beaches of Peniche and is close to Supertubos. There are many waves around in this area.
Real cheap accommodation is difficult in July/August but the food and beers are cheap all year around. And the beaches are amazing...
Drop me a line if you want to know more
RE: Best places to stay for July/August Surf sessions in Portuga« Reply #2 on: July 11 2007 10:07:00 »
do you know any hostels where mostly surfers take place?? ericeira or sagres? what is the best place to stay in portugal to surf and to party a bit at night? thanks for helping me, i want to go backpacking and surfing with a friend.
RE: Best places to stay for July/August Surf sessions in Portuga« Reply #3 on: July 12 2007 12:07:00 »
Still going to Portugal to surf in July? There yet? I think I will too. Canadian. I'm experienced but might do the camp thing.
RE: Best places to stay for July/August Surf sessions in Portuga« Reply #4 on: July 12 2007 12:07:00 »
Still heading to Portugal this summer to surf? I might, but don't know much about the wave situation yet.