Want to feel the thrill of the waves, the euphoria of dominating? Do you know these feelings? That’s not me! I never dared to go surfing, but during my travels often, I happened to be in beautiful places fullest of boys were delighted with the surfboard. The main gathered in this post I dedicated to surfing in Europe.
WHERE TO SURF IN EUROPE: PORTUGAL
The coasts of Portugal are certainly those closer to the wild beaches Australian (place par excellence where surfing).
THE BEACHES AROUND LISBON: PENICHE
The beach of Supertubos in Peniche offers the opportunity to surf all year near Lisbon. You can get there by taking a flight from Italy to the Portuguese capital, then take an hour and a half bus to the small fishing village. The unique feature: the “pipeline” of Europe offers waves that create long empty corridors so-called Supertubo that attract surfers from around the world.
THE WILD ALGARVE COAST
Beats all day by a strong wind Cliffs Algarve is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and the most attractive for surfers. Scenarios and similar views to those of the Great Ocean Road. From Lagoa Sagres, climbing from the coast in the direction of Lisbon, are a lot the siege suited to surfers.
NORTHERN EUROPE: SURF NO MARI DEL NORD
It is not easy to find the weather conditions ideal to go to sea in Northern Europe, but if the cold does not scare you, here are some destinations for surfing daredevils addicted.
SURF IN IRLANDA: BUNDORAN
And where surfing except in Bundoran in County Donegal, in the northwest of Ireland: very appealing spot, a fishing village that showcases surfing beaches. And the surrounding nature is beyond compare. From September to October even for a short time but you can find the ideal climate for surfers
A little ‘further south in the Bay of Biscay, facing out to the’ Atlantic Ocean, surfers will enjoy the waves in the small town of Sports-Hossegor, fifty kilometers from the border with Spain. Place the elite for great surfing, where you can always find more people to admire the evolution of the surfers. You get there by flying to Bordeaux with Ryanair from Rome and Bologna, that is two hours by car.
… AND IN ITALY? CAPO MANNU
Earth from the extreme beauty of the beaches are the envy of those Caribbean, Sardinia also has a space for surf lovers. A 20km from Oristano in the beach Capo Mannu you can find several beaches exposed to the winds where to look for point break and ride the waves.15