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Costa da Caparica to host Europe's first WSL event of 2015 - via Surfersvillage.com 27.01.2015 | Caparica Primavera Surf Fest World Surf League Junior QS 1000 - Costa da Caparica, Alamada, Portugal 1 - 4 April 2015. The World Surf League is proud to unveil a new event, the Caparica Primavera Surf Fest, a Men and Women’s Junior division, that will launch the 2015 season from April 1-4.

Costa da Caparica to host Europe's first WSL event of 2015 - via Surfersvillage.com 27.01.2015 | Caparica Primavera Surf Fest World Surf League Junior QS 1000 - Costa da Caparica, Alamada, Portugal 1 - 4 April 2015. The World Surf League is proud to unveil a new event, the Caparica Primavera Surf Fest, a Men and Women’s Junior division, that will launch the 2015 season from April 1-4.

Rip curl PRO Portugal [36/52] | Flickr - Photo Sharing!   Portugal is one of Lonely Planet's best value travel destinations for 2014 - October 2013  Each year the British Post Office surveys the prices in European holiday resorts. The most recent edition names Albufeira in the Algarve as the cheapest option for a summer family holiday. TPortugal is also, for Europeans, a superb place to surf

Rip curl PRO Portugal [36/52] | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Portugal is one of Lonely Planet's best value travel destinations for 2014 - October 2013 Each year the British Post Office surveys the prices in European holiday resorts. The most recent edition names Albufeira in the Algarve as the cheapest option for a summer family holiday. TPortugal is also, for Europeans, a superb place to surf

8 reasons Portugal is the best place to learn how to surf - via Matador Network 16.07.2014 | 1. The coastline is huge | 2. The local sardines are the perfect food | 3. Southwestern Europe has awesome weather | 4. There are waves for everyone | 5. You can check out the islands | 6. The cost of living is cheap | 7. Portugal always understands you | 8. It’s a top surfing destination

8 reasons Portugal is the best place to learn how to surf

8 reasons Portugal is the best place to learn how to surf - via Matador Network 16.07.2014 | 1. The coastline is huge | 2. The local sardines are the perfect food | 3. Southwestern Europe has awesome weather | 4. There are waves for everyone | 5. You can check out the islands | 6. The cost of living is cheap | 7. Portugal always understands you | 8. It’s a top surfing destination

Surfing in Ericeria, Portugal

Surfing in Ericeria, Portugal

iIf you’re having a bad day, catch a wave

iIf you’re having a bad day, catch a wave

Sagres e Nazaré, Portogallo sono due dei migliori spot per i surfisti in Europa - via Inter Mundial 27.05.2015 | Sagres: Punto d’incontro per tutti gli amanti del surf, il paesino di Sagres offre spiagge da sogno e le migliori onde in qualsiasi momento dell’anno. | Nazaré: Le onde gigantesche hanno reso famosa questa località portoghese. Nel 2011 Garrett McNamara riuscì a surfare quella che venne nominata l’onda più grande dell’anno dal Billabong XXL Global Big Wave Awards. Foto: Sagres

Sagres e Nazaré, Portogallo sono due dei migliori spot per i surfisti in Europa - via Inter Mundial 27.05.2015 | Sagres: Punto d’incontro per tutti gli amanti del surf, il paesino di Sagres offre spiagge da sogno e le migliori onde in qualsiasi momento dell’anno. | Nazaré: Le onde gigantesche hanno reso famosa questa località portoghese. Nel 2011 Garrett McNamara riuscì a surfare quella che venne nominata l’onda più grande dell’anno dal Billabong XXL Global Big Wave Awards. Foto: Sagres

Surfing Portugal: Waves, Tides and Hundred Waters - via The Inertia 07.03.2015 | Throughout the year, surfers are roaming around Peniche, looking for perfect waves. They stand on the shore, reading the ocean, their eyes jump from one wave to another. And then they dance–warming up and stretching before disappearing in the waves. “Be water, my friend,” said Bruce Lee. And it looks that it’s really possible here..

Surfing Portugal: Waves, Tides and Hundred Waters - via The Inertia 07.03.2015 | Throughout the year, surfers are roaming around Peniche, looking for perfect waves. They stand on the shore, reading the ocean, their eyes jump from one wave to another. And then they dance–warming up and stretching before disappearing in the waves. “Be water, my friend,” said Bruce Lee. And it looks that it’s really possible here..

Sagres - Portugees chillen in zuidwestelijkste puntje van Europa - via NextDestination​ 22.02.2015 | Op straat is het rustig, in de baai Mareta liggen wat surfers in het water. Huizenhoge rotsen doorklieven de zee als een natuurlijke pier, bovenop staat een fort. De zon schijnt, het is warm en in Nederland vriest het. Hier moet je zijn in de winter. En trouwens, in de zomer is het ook niet slecht toeven in Sagres.

Sagres - Portugees chillen in zuidwestelijkste puntje van Europa - via NextDestination​ 22.02.2015 | Op straat is het rustig, in de baai Mareta liggen wat surfers in het water. Huizenhoge rotsen doorklieven de zee als een natuurlijke pier, bovenop staat een fort. De zon schijnt, het is warm en in Nederland vriest het. Hier moet je zijn in de winter. En trouwens, in de zomer is het ook niet slecht toeven in Sagres.

The everlasting surfing waves of Portugal  Via Surfer Today | 7/11/2012  Portugal offers approximately 943 kilometres (586 miles) of waves. It is considered one of the best countries in the world for surfing, as you'll find a good to great surf spot all along the coast.  #Portugal

The everlasting surfing waves of Portugal Via Surfer Today | 7/11/2012 Portugal offers approximately 943 kilometres (586 miles) of waves. It is considered one of the best countries in the world for surfing, as you'll find a good to great surf spot all along the coast. #Portugal

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