carcavelos, lisbon

Surf House in Carcavelos

Surrounded by captivating landscapes and historic landmarks, Carcavelos offers a blend of coastal charm and cultural allure.

With nearby attractions like Cascais and Sintra, visitors can explore a diverse tapestry of experiences in this enchanting region of Portugal.

Our surf camp, just a short walk from Carcavelos train station, makes getting here a breeze. Here’s how to find us from Lisbon airport.

Upon exiting the Lisbon airport, you have several options:

  • Taxi: Grab a taxi from the designated taxi ranks outside the airport terminal. The journey to Carcavelos typically takes around 30-40 minutes, depending on traffic.
  • Ride-Hailing Apps: Use apps like Uber or Bolt to request a ride to Carcavelos.
  • Shuttle Service: We offer shuttle services from the airport to the Surf Camp. When booking your stay you can add the shuttle service.
  • From Lisbon Airport, take the metro (Red Line) towards São Sebastião.
  • Transfer at Alameda station to the Green Line heading towards Cais do Sodré.
  • Get off at Cais do Sodré station.
  • From Cais do Sodré, take the train towards Cascais.
  • Get off at Carcavelos station.
  • From Carcavelos station, it’s a short walk or taxi ride to the surf house.
  • From Lisbon Airport, follow signs for the A5 motorway (Autoestrada do Estoril) towards Cascais.
  • Continue on the A5 for approximately 25 kilometers.
  • Take exit 9 towards Carcavelos.
  • Merge onto Avenida Tenente Coronel José Domingos de Azevedo.
  • Follow signs to your specific surf house in Carcavelos.
The surroudings

Things to do in the area

Train Station

You can find the train station just a 2-minute walk from your surf house, providing easy access to Cascais or Lisbon.

Restaurants

Numerous beachfront options and a restaurant plaza at Praca do Junqueiro, a quick 5-minute walk away.

Beaches

Visiting the beaches along Cascais-Lisbon is a must-do.

Running Path

If running is your thing, there’s an amazing seaside running path for you to enjoy.

Skate Park

Looking to enhance your skating skills? There’s a free skate park waiting for you in Sao Joao do Estoril.

Rooftop

If you seek a panoramic view of Carcavelos, this rooftop is perfect for you.

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What to visit in Lisbon

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Embark on a weekend or full-week surf camp adventure. Dive into daily lessons, perfect your skills, and soak in the surf culture along the picturesque coastline.

gastronomy

Tipical portuguese food

These are just a few of the many delicious dishes you can enjoy while exploring Lisbon's culinary scene.
train station

Explore by train

At each stop you have something to visit, here are a few things that you can find:

One of the most tourist places in Portugal.

  • Beaches: Praia da Conceicao, Praia da Rainha, Praia da Rata
  • Food Market: Mercado de Cascais
  • Food Court: Rua Amarela
  • Parks: Parque Palmela, Parque Marchal Carmona
  • Park: Parque dos Passarinhos
  • Beach: Praia do Tamariz
  • Night club: Tamariz Beach Club
  • Food Court
  • Casino
  • Beaches: Praia da Poça, Praia da Azarujinha
  • Skate park: Parque das Geraçoes
  • Free fitness park Estoril
  • Viewpoint: Miradouro da Azarujinha

 

Some recommendatios:

  • Caffe: Alcatruz
  • Beaches: Praia da Bafureira, Praia de Sao Pedro do Estoril
  • Trail: Passadiço da Pedra do Sal
  • Viewpoint: Miradouro Pedra do Sal
 

Some recommendatios:

  • Caffe: Pedra do Sal
  • Brunch: Fauna e Flora
  • Restaurant: Paco Bigotes, Boteco da Linha
  • Bar: Compania de Bebidas
  • Beaches: Praia das Avencas, Praia da Parede
  • Viewpoint: Miradouro das Avencas

 

Some recommendations:

  • Brunch: Jay’s Brunch Coffee
  • Restaurant: Adamastor
  • Smup
  • Beaches: Praia de Carcavelos, Praia dos Gemeos
  • Food Court: Praça do Junqueiro
  • Beach: Praia da Torre
  • Marina
  • Trail: Passeio Maritimo de Oeiras
  • Beaches: Praoa de Santo Amaro, Praia da Saisa
  • Beach: Praia de Paço de Arcos
  • Park: Parque dos Poetas
  • Beach: Praia de Caxias
  • Trail: Passeio Maritimo de Alges
  • Beach: Praia de Alges
  • Food Market: Mercado de Alges
  • Monuments: Torre de Belem, Mosteiro dos Jeronimos, Padrao dos Descobrimentos
  • Museums: Maat Gallery, Centro Cultural de Belem
  • Famous portuguese pastory store: Pastel de Belem
  • Planetarium
  • Food Court: LX Factory, Mirari
  • Food Market: Mercado de Campo de Ourique

Here you can find plenty of restaurants & bars, here are some suggestions:

  •  Local Santos
  • Fauna & Flora
  • Osteria – Cucina di Amici
  • Da Noi
  • Legumo Sushi Vegan
  • Contrabando
  • Lisbon center, Capital of Portugal
  • You can find here plenty of restaurants, bars & nights clubs
  • Monuments, museums, and cultural events
restaurants

Food near by

Numerous beachfront options and a restaurant plaza at Praca do Junqueiro, a quick 5-minute walk away. Here are some suggestions:

  • Soya
  • Pizza na Praia
  • Tricana
  • La Plage
beaches

Cascais-Lisbon coastline

Visiting the beaches along Cascais-Lisbon is a must-do. Here are the top 10 beaches:

  • Praia do Guincho
  • Praia da Crismina
  • Praia da Duquesa
  • Praia de Sao Pedro do Estoril
  • Praia das Avencas
  • Praia da Parede
  • Praia de Carcavelos
  • Praia da Torre
  • Praia de Paco de Arcos
  • Praia da Costa da Caparica
running path

Explore by running

If running is your thing, there’s an amazing seaside running path for you to enjoy. Begin at ‘O Mergulho da Baleia’ and conclude at the outdoor calisthenics fitness park. The round trip spans approximately 6 kilometers.

skate park

Free skating park

Looking to enhance your skating skills? There’s a free skate park waiting for you in Sao Joao do Estoril.

rooftop

Rooftop Carcavelos

If you seek a panoramic view of Carcavelos, this rooftop is perfect for you.

www.rooftopcarcavelos.pt