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  • Boat Charter
  • Surf Camp
  • Surf Guide
  • Surf Hotel
  • Surf Lodging
  • Surf Resort
  • Surf School
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We offer a relaxed, unpretentious place to stay in the Cascais area of Portugal, a 30-minute ride from Lisbon and a 10-minute walk from the beach.

The GoExplo surf house is ideally situated within a few minutes’ drive from some of Portugal’s top breaks and kite surfing spots: Carcavelos, Parede, and the famous Praia Guincho, among many others. We offer gear and wetsuit rentals, classes in surfing, stand up paddle, and kite boarding, as well as transportation and local advice on the breaks.
If you’re looking for a more relaxed holiday, we’re within a short walk from a long strip of beaches and secluded rocky swimming coves spreading out in both directions, with plenty of gourmet restaurants and beach shacks serving up fresh-caught seafood and other traditional Portuguese cuisine.

There’s even a seaside sport climbing area a few minutes away, and a traditional climbing area that sits underneath an 8th-century Moorish castle in nearby Sintra. And the camp is a 30-minute train ride to the center of Lisbon if you want to use it as a relaxed base for urban exploring.


Our camp is a train stop away from Cascais, known as the jewel of the Portuguese Riviera, is a traditional Portuguese town with a cosmopolitan but relaxed air. In addition to the town beaches and marinas, Cascais is a great place for dining and going out, with options covering just about every cuisine you can imagine.
It hosts several musical festivals in the warm months, which are long—from about March to October, you can expect warm sunny days with no rain, and a pleasant cool ocean breeze in the evening. Cascais also serves as the centre for a region that offers some of the best waves and wind in Europe, as well as several protected reserves and Portugal’s most famous palace, the magical Palacio Pena in Sintra.

In the other direction, one train stop away, is the town of Estoril, made world-famous by Ian Flemming, who penned the first James Bond book in the series—in fact, the Estoril Casino was the inspiration for Casino Royal, and the air of the town will bring to mind the spies and royalty that used Estoril during World War II as their getaway spot. Today, it still has one of the best beaches in Portugal and several world-class restaurants.

But go just a little bit further past Cascais or Estoril and you will find many small beaches, quaint towns, and beautiful vistas that remain undiscovered by the average tourist. We’ll show you the way.

Our camp is a train stop away from Cascais, known as the jewel of the Portuguese Riviera, is a traditional Portuguese town with a cosmopolitan but relaxed air. In addition to the town beaches and marinas, Cascais is a great place for dining and going out, with options covering just about every cuisine you can imagine.
It hosts several musical festivals in the warm months, which are long—from about March to October, you can expect warm sunny days with no rain, and a pleasant cool ocean breeze in the evening. Cascais also serves as the centre for a region that offers some of the best waves and wind in Europe, as well as several protected reserves and Portugal’s most famous palace, the magical Palacio Pena in Sintra.
In the other direction, one train stop away, is the town of Estoril, made world-famous by Ian Flemming, who penned the first James Bond book in the series—in fact, the Estoril Casino was the inspiration for Casino Royal, and the air of the town will bring to mind the spies and royalty that used Estoril during World War II as their getaway spot. Today, it still has one of the best beaches in Portugal and several world-class restaurants.
But go just a little bit further past Cascais or Estoril and you will find many small beaches, quaint towns, and beautiful vistas that remain undiscovered by the average tourist. We’ll show you the way.


The GoExplo surf house is ideally situated within a few minutes’ drive from some of Portugal’s top breaks and kite surfing spots: Carcavelos, Parede, and the famous Praia Guincho, among many others.

Bedrooms: 5 Max number of guests: 17

 

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