The Beachfront Surf Camp Caparica sits on the sands edge of Praia Fonte da Telha in an area named Costa da Caparica. The camps location next to the beach, and vicinity to Lisbon, have made this camp very popular amongst surf travellers visiting Portugal. The mixture of great surf and surf courses, the nearby beach and ocean, great nightlife and the options of sightseeing and partying in Lisbon have contributed to hundreds of our guests leaving extremely happy with their surf holiday choice.
The camp sits 30 minutes south of Lisbon with around 13km of beautiful golden sand beaches along the Costa da Caparica coast to find your perfect break every morning. This stretch of beach can cater to the surfer who is enjoying their first day out, to a seasoned pro simultaneously; depending on what peak you choose to surf.
TOP LOCATION: Directly on the beach in Fonte da Telha
Surf spots for beginners and advanced surfers nearby
Stylish interior with designer furniture
20 minutes on the bus to Lisbon
The surf camp itself has had a lot of love and painstaking work put into it. The furniture was handmade by a local artist and is individually crafted for every room of the camp. There is plenty of space for everyone staying to either find a quiet spot to retreat too, our join your fellow campers for social afternoons and evenings. You can even check the waves from the terrace while eating breakfast.
There is a large kitchen, numerous bathrooms and a large living area with TV, DVD, Playstation and sofas that all camp guests can use.
Everyday breakfast is also served in the living area, and great news for both the sunrise surfer and the late sleeper, breakfast is available till everyone has been fed.
The never-ending coast of Caparica offers 13km of sandy beaches with more than a few surf spots along the way. The camp sits next to a stunning beach called Praia Fonte da Telha.
The surf spots in Caparica include both beach and point breaks, and depending on what break you go to you will find waves that are ideal for your skill level. The crew know all the best spots, and find the best waves that utilise the powerful Atlantic Ocean swell and predictable wind, while keeping away from the crowds.