Always on the road: Surf’s up at the Algarve, Portugal
When you think about surfing destinations what location comes to your mind first? Most likely it’s Australia; perhaps it’s Hawaii or California. For Europeans those are a bit far - but in Europe, the good waves are actually only a short plane ride away. In the south of Portugal there is - what many believe - a surfer’s paradise: the Algarve.
Mother Nature has equipped this region with two different coasts, the west and the south coast, which provide surfers with multiple wave opportunities. Whether you are looking for big, small, long or short waves - the Algarve and its 22-listed surf beaches offer waves for any level. Almost the whole year this area has summerlike temperatures, even during spring and autumn the temperature rarely drops below 20 °C.
For the video production we accompanied local pro surfers like Marlon Lipke, Alex Botelho and surf photographer Joao Bracourt and let them talk about their home. The short film explores what makes the coast such an unique spot for surfing.
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