Deluxe Surfhouse Algarve
Beautiful quiet surf villa with its own pool, located just 500 metres from the ocean, outstanding cuisine and suitable for surfers of all levels.
Low Pressure's Stormrider Surf Guide says
The Algarve is the southwestern corner of the Iberian Peninsula and is an intoxicating mix of Atlantic and Mediterranean influences. It was the last major European surf region to be explored and although it doesn’t contain the classic reefs of central Portugal, the potential for good, uncrowded waves is high. The countryside is a gently undulating mesh of forests and small fields, leading down to an undeveloped coastline of high cliffs and long empty beaches scattered with rocks. The small, lively town of Sagres is well located to take advantage of the wide swell window of Cape St-Vincent, where the west and south coasts meet.
The Algarve has been every foreigner’s favourite slice of Portugal for decades now and surfers are no exception. It might lack some of the wave quality of Peniche and Ericeira but the laid back country vibe more than makes up for that, attracting ever increasing numbers of foreign surfers escaping from the icy winters of northern Europe. Being on the corner of the Iberian Peninsula means the Algarve has the widest swell window in the country and regular offshores on the south coast. SE wind swells can get these usually flat beaches pumping, while big winter nor'westers will wrap into the coves beyond Sagres. The Algarve is a year round destination but autumn through to spring is really the peak period because the summer can be stinking hot and with long flat spells. Winter can still be warm enough for t-shirts and the water is the warmest in Portugal.
Find more general info about when to go and statistics on the Low Pressure’s Stormrider Guide’s website.
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Algarve is one of Europe's best surfing destinations!
Daily consistent surf conditions , hot summers and t-shirt weather in the winter make southern Portugal so popular. From gentle beach breaks to point breaks - you can find anything here! The two coasts of the Algarve complement each other perfectly . If the waves on the west coast are too large, catch the waves of the south coast in countless bays. More than 30 surf spots can be reached in a maximum of half an hour driving time. You can find part on adventurous trails in the National Park of the Algarve. Good waves and empty line ups in an absolutely unique natural scenery!