We have the privilege to work in the most beautiful beaches. While surfing you will be able to connect with the surrounding nature. Every spot is unique, some have extensive sandy beaches on open ocean while other spots are more intimate.
S. Pedro beach is a more picturesque version of Carcavelos beach. Even though they are close, Carcavelos is a bigger and more crowded beach while S. Pedro is smaller and is surrounded by cliffs. Lisbon tourists will find convenient that the beach is really close to the S. Pedro train station.
Guincho Beach is very windy and thus very popular among surfers, kitesurfers and windsurfers. It's a wide and extensive beach with a beautiful view over Cabo da Roca and the Sintra mountains. This beach was considered one of Portugal's 7 Wonders in the Beaches for Sport Practice category.
Costa da Caparica is located in the south bank of the Tejo river. It is comprised of 15km of sand and a lot of different beaches that are only separated by imaginary boundaries. Each beach has its own vibe and in the summer there is a little train that visits every beach along the coast.