Whereas Lisbon is enchanting for its relationship with the river, the surrounding region impresses for the constant presence of the sea. Being able to spend the morning in a museum and the afternoon catching perfect waves just a few miles from the centre of the city is a unique privilege. In the same way, there is an indomitable spirit that refuses to bend when you can spend the week working just so you can go out sailing at the weekend. From surfing schools to sailing, canoeing and rowing clubs, Lisbon and its outskirts provide marinas and perfect beaches for water sports. With west- and south-facing coasts, you’ll find great waves for surfing under any weather conditions. And at Ericeira, the world’s first surfing park, you can show off your skills and develop in a place with some of the best conditions anywhere for the sport. But if you prefer being in the water but without getting wet, you can hire any kind of boat at Lisbon and Cascais marinas to explore the magnificent coasts in the region.
Lisbon Surfaris is the Surf / Paddle school with a shop inside the Carcavelos train station, you can make your reservation of Surf or Paddle classes as well as rent bikes.
Dolphin watching in the Setúbal bay, one of the most beautiful bay in the World. The Tróia peninsula, the coast of Arrábida and its beaches, the Fortress of Outão and the Palace of Commenda, are some of the most common passing places.