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Topic: surfing around ericeira

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replies: 3

By:

dishan

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surfing around ericeira

« on: June 07 2009 04:06:00 »

Hi friends,

as I allready told, I plan to make a short trip to ericeira in july 10 days. Our hotel is directly in ericeira city. Could you tell me how I can travel around to all surf spots ( I can't rent a car) and could you tell me some places where I can hire or buy a surf board and eqipment. Maybe you know somebody I could join to surf.
regards

By:

toby

RE: surfing around ericeira

« Reply #1 on: June 09 2009 05:06:00 »

When you arrive, go to some of the surf shops and they'll be able to rent you equipment and maybe offer rides to the best spots. If they don't then they will know somebody who does. Without a car it's kind of difficult to get to all the best spots around Ericeira but if you're a beginner they'll probably be waves in town to surf.

By:

Nad'a

RE: surfing around ericeira

« Reply #2 on: June 09 2009 14:06:00 »

Hey, I would recommend Ericeira surf shop, it s probably the cheapest one in the town. (ask about surf spot s map)
It s hard to travel to all surf spots without a car.... depands on where in town you ll stay, but probaly you ll be lucky if it ll be closed to just one spot.
when i was there i stayed just outside the town and it was possible to walk to Fos do Lizandro. I stayed at Lapoint camp, they provide also lessons and rental, but not sure if it s the cheapest alternative since it s norwegian... good luck!


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