Ericeira surf & skate

ericeira surf & skate

Where to surf in Ericeira Portugal?

São Lourenço is located at the most northern spot of Ericeira and can hold up to 18 feet of powerful, hollow surf that will have expert surfers salivating at its potential. It is one of Portugal’s most enormous and most demanding waves, but that’s all part of the fun.

How do I get to Ericeira?

As Ericeira is so close to the capital, it is easy to fly into Lisbon and go from there. The airport in Lisbon is the Lisbon Portela Airport (LIS), and from there, you can collect your bags, surfboard included, and rent a car to drive over to the coast.

What to eat in Ericeira?

Like much of Portugal, Ericeira boasts a range of fantastic culinary experiences, including tapas, pizza, and traditional and local dishes. These local dishes include Polvo, Percebes, Queque de Ericeira, and Caneja de Infudice.

Why is Ericeira the surf capital of Portugal?

Ericeira is often seen as the surf capital of Portugal and offers an impressive variety of surf spots, crammed into just a few kilometers of coast. In 2011 Ericeira was chosen a World Surfing Reserve, the only one in Europe.

Where to learn to surf in Portugal?

The beach break Foz do Lizandro, located a 15-minute walk from Ericeira Surf House, is one of the most popular places to learn to surf in Portugal. No matter what kind of conditions, you can always find some good waves to surf in the area! Ericeira Surf House offers surf lessons for all levels.

What to do in Ericeira Portugal?

No surf trip would be complete without finding somewhere to enjoy the catch of the day and watch the sunset. Like much of Portugal, Ericeira boasts a range of fantastic culinary experiences, including tapas, pizza, and traditional and local dishes. These local dishes include Polvo, Percebes, Queque de Ericeira, and Caneja de Infudice.

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