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Recommendations for surf schools/camps for beginner« on: April 14 2008 03:04:00 »
I've been surfing for about 18 months or so, mostly in the Gower (but still class myself as very much a beginner!) I have a longboard and can just about catch a broken wave and ride it to shore, but nothing more than that!
I'd like to spend a week in Portugal late May with like minded people improving my skills and would be grateful for recommendations on good schools/camps which include accomodation and something going on in the evening too...
Cheers in advance
RE: Recommendations for surf schools/camps for beginner« Reply #1 on: April 14 2008 06:04:00 »
The algarve is what I would suggest.
Surferdream.com offers good packages.
RE: Recommendations for surf schools/camps for beginner« Reply #3 on: April 14 2008 14:04:00 »
Surf iberia doesn't look to good on the website
RE: Recommendations for surf schools/camps for beginner« Reply #4 on: April 20 2008 06:04:00 »
check out www.hookedsurf.com. The surf school is based in Cascais. Great location, near surf beaches and nightlife. Friendly staff originally from the Gower!
RE: Recommendations for surf schools/camps for beginner« Reply #5 on: April 20 2008 07:04:00 »
hi try this school gipsyonthemove,they have a camp and school,and specialy a good transport ,and they take you to secret spots,no crowd,for all levels... and they very professional the way they teach,good camp good price.. good luck~
RE: Recommendations for surf schools/camps for beginner« Reply #6 on: May 04 2008 01:05:00 »
The region in Portugal (and I would dare to say in Europe) where you have the best chance to get good waves for your level is definitely in Peniche. It's a peninsula, an almost-island, with several point-breaks and bays and a multitude of different spots in a 15min drive.
Almost all kinds of wind versus swell directions originate a surfing wave.
Also there's a large number of surfcamps, from the luxury to the most basic. Just do a search or ask for specific advice on a surfcamp in Peniche.
If on the other hand your looking more for night life and warm water, go to Sagres/Algarve.