Considered the best wave in Portugal and one of the best in Europe.
It is a fast and tubular wave which breaks on a hollow sand bank. It works best with SW swells and N, NE or NW winds.
If you are an expert and like to be barrelled then this is the spot for you!
This is a fast, tubular right hand breaking next to a pier on a sand bottom.
It needs a lot of swell to work but once it's on it is considered one of the best waves around.
Works best with N or NW winds and SW swells.
This is a famous reef break. It is a long left hand breaking on a coral reef.
It is a very manoeuvrable wave with several fast and slow sessions. Works best with S, SW and SE wind and north swells.
It is ideal for intermediate and advance surfers.
This is an outstanding wave for beginners and intermediate surfers.
It is just in front of our surf base and it is the most consistent wave during the summer time.
It's a left and right peak, starting slow but as it gets to the inside becomes faster. Works best with NW winds and NW swells.
This is a long extension of 2.5 Km of beach that starts in Peniche and ends in Baleal. It has got several surf spots breaking on neat sand banks.
According to the wave size we can choose the Middle of the Bay (where the waves are higher) or Cantinho of the Bay (where the waves are smaller than The Middle of the Bay).
These waves are excellent for beginners and intermediate surfers. They are soft and slow breaking ideal to improve your surfing. They work best with S, SW or SE winds and N or NW swells.
This is a famous spot for surfing. The foreign surfer gave it another name: “ Red Rock”.
This is a long extension of beach to the north of Lagido. It has got many surf spots and it functions when the waves are smaller in Baleal area.
It is a left and a right peak with a sand bottom ideal for all levels of surfers. Functions best with S or SE winds and northern swells.
It’s located 10 minutes walk to the north of our surf base, next to Almagreira.
This is one of the favourite surf spots for the school because there are many waves spread along it.
You can always find a lonely wave for you. It is best with S and SE winds and N swells. The waves here are beach break type and are ideal for every type of surfer.
This is a point break wave which means that it breaks next to a rock.
It's a very good right hander on a reef bottom, for intermediate and advance surfers. It's fast and tubby on the inside. Works best with NW winds and S and SW swells.