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Surfing Lessons Lisbon

Ride The Waves In Radical Style on Surfing Lessons Lisbon.

Why should I learn to surf in Lisbon?
Lisbon surfing lessons will make you happier and healthier.
The Sun is good as long as you use protection but if you cover up. Chances are you’ll be happier, more tanned and better looking than you used to be lol. As well as looking healthy you will be extremely fit. Your body will reap the benefits from this active sport and you could lose up to 250 calories per hour.

Riding a wave is a an experience like no other and being in the oceans has a positive impact on human health. Surfing makes you feel alive and you will never forget your first wave.
You will become more environmentally aware. Surfing lessons Lisbon allows you to understand the ocean and the weather. To understand the perfect wave you need to know the time of the sunrise, sunset, high tide or low tide. All of those variables are rooted in the natural world.

Surfing improves your physical and mental health, all in a fun and relaxed environment.
You do not need to be able to surf to enjoy the waves.

Grab a body board and ride those waves quickly and easily. Body boarders are able to perform more radical manoeuvres than surfers and can catch more waves.

Carcavelos Beach

The words Surf and Lisbon go hand in hand, you cannot visit Lisbon without booking a surfing lessons Lisbon The city was made for surfing. The coastline boasts numerous surfing beaches with swells suitable for beginners or the experience surfers.

Carcavelos Beach is the “urban” beach. Located on the train line from Cais Do Sodre to Cascais. Carcavelos can be reached by public transport from Lisbon within 45 minutes. The swell is perfect for beginner surfers from Autumn to Spring but during the summer months the waves can be non existent.

Costa de Caparica

Caparica has 30kms of surf breaks ideal for surfing lessons Lisbon. Within this area you will find suitable swells for all surfing levels, from beginners to experienced surfers all year round. Costa de Caparica has uncrowded beaches and empty waves. The area has a beautiful landscape with funky beach bars dotted along the coastline, after your surf lesson stop off for beer.


Guincho a watersports paradise. Guincho is considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches around Lisbon. This beach boasts massive waves, suitable for the more experienced surfers. Guincho hosts lots of national and international surfing competitions all year round.

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Why You Should Visit Lisbon

Sunny Lisbon Days ...

The city of Lisbon receives up to 2,600 hours of sun each year and more than 300 days of sunshine. Perfect for your Lisbon break and group parties. Book Activities in Lisbon to make your visit to Lisbon spectacular.

The clear blue waters, golden sands, and picturesque cliffs create a postcard-worthy setting for beach lovers and nature enthusiasts.

How Old Is Lisbon? ...

Old!! Lisbon is the westernmost capital city in continental Europe and is one of the oldest cities of the old continent. At least with 2700 years old, Lisbon's history is lengthy and complex.

Albufeira also hosts various cultural events, such as festivals, art exhibitions, and traditional music performances, providing visitors with a chance to immerse themselves in the local culture.

What Does Lisbon mean? ...

Name origin: lisboa, Portuguese derivative of the Phoenician Allis Ubbo for safe harbour; Latin Ulyssippo after Ulysses; and/or Roman Olissipona, for the name of the Tagus. Nickname: A Cidade das Sete Colinas (The City of Seven Hills), Rainha do Mar (Queen of the Sea)
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