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Topic: Where to go in jully in Portugal ??

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By:

Jose W

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Where to go in jully in Portugal ??

« on: March 15 2010 11:03:00 »

I'm would like to go ride some waves in Portugal in Jully.
Me and 3 more and a child.
Where from Holland. Any info is okey
Thnx !!

jose W

mr_j87@hotmail.com



By:

Jacques

RE: Where to go in jully in Portugal ??

« Reply #1 on: March 16 2010 14:03:180 »

If you're looking for uncrowded waves, freindly locals, a varity of near by spots (beach breaks and points) and somewhere nice to stay check our new place - just opened up!

http://www.fozholidays.com

By:

LArs

RE: Where to go in jully in Portugal ??

« Reply #2 on: March 19 2010 11:03:973 »

Come down to Sagres.. The most south-eastern point of europe! Here we get swell from both the south and the east so there will ALWAYS be somewhere to surf.. A LOT of beaches and a waves for all levels of surf. both pointbrakes and beachbreaks.

Check out our website  www.internationalsurfschool.com  for info

By:

Jorge

RE: Where to go in jully in Portugal ??

« Reply #3 on: March 29 2010 03:03:490 »

Hi!
West of Portugal, 40kms from Lisbon, easy to go to, Peniche, Sintra, Cascais, òbidos, really good place to stay, quiet town, not soo expensive like all the other ones.
Take a look; www.ericeiraseasound.com or contact me
jorge@ericeiraseasound.com.
Kind Regards
Jorge

By:

Coast Road

RE: Where to go in jully in Portugal ??

« Reply #4 on: March 29 2010 13:03:203 »

Summer is the least consistent, and plagued by bastard northerlies. Not to mention school holiday crowds! Apart from that its an awesome destination. Sagres in the south has a massive swell window. beaches round Peniche and Ericeria are world class, pick up all swell and are generally great places to hang out.
Check out my site for photos, surf travel info and the full story from my trip to Portugal at www.coastroadproject.com


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