Surf camp package

Algarve, Sagres, Portugal

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About the location

This excellent surf school, established in 2001, has been teaching surfers from the local area and around the world for 10 years with the aim of not only developing water sports in the area but also improving environmental awareness in the region.

Located at the south western tip of Europe in beautiful Sagres, Portugal, and surrounded by a stunning natural park, the scenic beaches have ideal conditions for learning to surf.

The instructors are experienced in helping surfers to progress rapidly while having fun and also have the local knowledge to allow you to get the best out of the area. All are fully qualified with national federations of surfing and have been specially selected for their teaching skills and passion for surfing. The tutors are there to tailor the experience to you to ensure that you get the most from your surf holiday.

When you're not in the water, Sagres is surrounded by beautiful scenery for you to explore, many historical landmarks to visit and a good selection of bars and restaurants.

You'll stay in a comfortable, clean surf lodge in a quiet area near the beach that has cooking and relaxation facilities and provides a perfect base to make the most of spectacular Sagres.

- Situated in the stunning Costa Vicentina Natural Park
- Located where the west and south coasts of Portugal meet, creating near perfect surf conditions year round
- Great beaches, un-crowded and unspoilt
- Top quality surf equipment
- Communal, friendly and sociable surf camp accommodation
- Surf camp with kitchen for guest use and outdoor BBQ area
- Area for relaxing with TV and PlayStation and watching surf videos in at the end of the day
- Boards available to match your ability
- Experienced, qualified instructions with extensive local knowledge
- Located close to bars, cafés and restaurants
- Nearby historical landmarks at Cabo de São Vicente (Cape St. Vincent) include the Fortaleza de Sagres (an imposing 16th century fort) and a 19th century lighthouse