Portugal enjoys consistent winds, a mild climate and many kitesurfing schools and beaches, making it a respected destination for kitesurfers and windsurfers from around the world. Steady, Northwest winds blow across the Iberian peninsula during March to October, powering both open-water and lagoon kitesurfers / windsurfers. Combine this wind conditions that cater to wave and
Portugal offers a wide variety of windsurfing spots for all levels of experience. In less than 750 kilometers, you can have it all, from flat waters to wave ramps. Portugal has been building the reputation of California of Europe for all water sports enthusiasts. With its classic Mediterranean climate, the country of the famous 16th
The Pro surfer and kitesurfer Pedro Henrique introduce the Portuguese spot : Guincho, the most western point of continental Europe. A nice video with lots of action on the spot “where the land ends and the sea begins”.
Available at our office, the complete guide to all the surf spots around Portugal. The aim of this guide is to fill an important gap in Portugal but also internationally about the information on the wave offer, as it is the first complete inventory of spots with good surfing conditions. The aim is also to
If you are visiting the Cascais / Sintra area, do not miss this beautiful beach with a magical scenery. World class beach for watersports and very famous for the Summer winds that blow all afternoon.
Filmed in Guincho, one of the best beaches in Portugal for kitesurf and windsurf. Grab your West Coast Camper and come discover more amazing beaches …
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