Place & Surroundings
Here are our accommodations
Lourinhã & Praia do Areal
Our accommodations are all located on the “Costa de Prata”, the silver coast of Portugal, 60km north of Lisbon.
Lourinhã, our house beach Praia do Areal and the beach resort Praia da Areia Branca are within walking or biking distance from all accommodations.
Lourinhã is a charming small town with typical Portuguese flair. It is considered the “capital of dinosaurs”, thanks to the large number of finds that exist here. The pedestrian zone is ideal for a leisurely stroll or a meal out. Another attraction is the large skate park, which makes every skater’s heart beat faster.
In the bars and restaurants along the beach promenade of Praia da Areia Branca you can enjoy the sunset in the evening and party until the morning hours.
Besides surfing, the many gorgeous beaches around the camp invite you to sunbathe and have a beer at sunset.
Other places & destinations
Lisbon is easy to reach from us in 1h and is therefore a perfect destination for a day trip!
In Lisbon, tradition meets innovation. The Portuguese capital offers the perfect combination of up-and-coming metropolis and traditional coziness. The city is so well suited for a day trip because many sights are very central and within walking distance of each other.
It is not without reason that the city is at the top of the bucket list of many travelers.
Nazaré can be reached in about 40 min. to reach by car from us.
Besides the famous Big Waves, Nazaré is also a super nice little place for an excursion. Thanks to the traditional fishing port and idyllic beach promenade, you’ll be immersed in Portuguese traditions during a trip to beautiful Nazaré on the Costa de Prata. In addition to fishing, many other ancient customs are maintained here – and this despite the fact that thousands of vacationers travel to Nazaré every year just to marvel at the highlight of the place: the beach where the most powerful waves in the world are created.
It can definitely be said that Sintra is the destination for the mysterious and romantic in Portugal.
Since 1992 it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its cultural landscape.
Sintra, with its magnificent palaces and romantic parks, is considered one of the most charming towns in Portugal and is always worth a visit.
The route along the sea between Lourinha and Lisbon is one of the most popular routes of the Portuguese coast. A stopover in Ericeira should definitely be planned.
Ericeira is a beautiful fishing town with a great tradition linked to the sea. Here you can expect many reef surf spots, cool restaurants and cafes, lots of surf stores, a picturesque old town and a lot of serenity.
One of the biggest attractions is the gastronomy full of traditional flavors from the sea like “Peixe Fresco Grelhado” (grilled fresh fish) or “Marisco” (shellfish).
The medieval town of Obidos is one of the most picturesque and best preserved towns in Portugal and worth a visit at any time of the year. Within the city walls there is an impressive castle and a maze of streets and white houses that charm everyone who walks around.
A special attraction of Óbidos is the famous Ginjinha de Óbidos (cherry liqueur), which can be enjoyed in many places, preferably from a small chocolate cup. The city is not very big – a few hours are enough to see it completely.
A special highlight is the medieval festival that takes place every summer in Óbidos.