While Portugal has come to the forefront of big wave surfing, with the mountains of water seen at Nazare, Lisbon handles swell from three to twenty feet.
The Estoril coast offers shelter from solid NW swells and winds, and has pretty much every type of wave you can imagine, from reefs, points, river mouths and beaches that are world-class.
With great weather, delicious fresh seafood, stunning architecture and perfect waves, Lisbon is making a charge as one of the best European surfing destinations.
You can start the day with traditional custard tarts and coffee before jumping in the sea, head to the cities art galleries at lunch and then surf the sunset session before partaking in one Lisbon’s super fun nocturnal activities.
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