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RE: Surf camps?« Reply #1 on: April 13 2012 08:04:00 »
i guess for pretty good, cheap and fun, you could check the "all in one" yellow surf pack at www.pontoeste.com
great hosting and tutoring, pretty much off the beaten track.
i hope it helps!
RE: Surf camps?« Reply #2 on: April 14 2012 15:04:00 »
http://www.ericeira.net - Ericeria, fishermen village and Atlantic Ocean resort, located 40 km north of Lisbon, Portugal. This little idyllic coastal town, blessed with 300 days of sunshine, mild temperatures in winter and sea-breezed summers, which invite you to come all year long, is often praised as the Mecca of Surf in Portugal. While it's cold and stormy everywhere else in Europe, we are most likely enjoying spring weather and very often perfect swells ...
You don't have to be a surfer to enjoy Ericeira, as it is not only famous for its constant waves, but also for its healthy air, beautiful beaches and landscape, the excellent food served by local restaurants and its raving weekend parties...
RE: Surf camps?« Reply #3 on: May 24 2012 17:05:00 »
Good - Cheap - fun
If you really want a consistent evolution you should come to Peniche area, we have every day a offshore surf spot no matter what wind or swell direction! So this is very good because during your stay you will get a lot of good and different waves...
check the website and prices at www.globalsurfschool.com