Porto is a city full of life, famous for its 6 bridges and the Porto wine. Come and meet our university city, the streets with centuries of History, and hang out in the best dance clubs and pubs. Considered World Heritage by UNESCO, it is also one of the top ten destinations in Europe, recommended by the Lonely Planet Book.

It used to be one of the last undiscovered touristic European cities, but now things are changing. There are now direct flights from New York and numerous connections to and from the rest of Europe, including an increasing number of low-cost airlines.

A city with a valuable history and tradition. It is a highly atmospheric place that has become known for its monuments by renowned architects (Gustave Eiffel's - Dona Maria Bridge, Nicolau Nasoni - Clérigos Tower, Rem Koolhaas' - Casa da Música, or Siza Vieira's - Serralves Museum).

Here was born one of world history's legendary figures, Prince Henry the Navigator. You'll either see in new guidebooks that it is also the birthplace of that world-famous fictional character, Harry Potter – the author, J. K. Rowling, was living in Porto as an English teacher when she started writing her first book.

These are just a few curious facts about this intriguing and majestic city.

A lot to discover!

Porto is also recognized as the city of surfbeaches. Our Porto surf school has the perfect spot in the Matosinhos beach, offering comfortable changing rooms, hot showers and a classroom where the students can watch and analyse the videos of the surf classes. We also present surf workshops (including ding repairs), activities with children, as well as birthday and bachelor parties.

A slightly different concept to start your surf adventures - and it is only possible because we are in Porto. This is the perfect way to experience the city, and to immerse in the surfing lifestyle!


Maceda Surf camp is surrounded by fishers' villages: Cortegaça, Esmoriz and Furadouro.

Experience the real feeling of the day-by-day in one of this places, meet the people, try the fresh fish!

This is the best way to embrace the Portuguese culture! 🙂

Keep in touch with the locals!

Cortegaça beach

Maceda beach


Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city!!!

The Maceda Surfcamp is located just on the Maceda natural park and a few minutes from wild and well-preserved uncrowded beaches. You can walk, ride a bicycle or take a lift on our van or our 4x4. The Surfcamp is near the traditional fishing villages,Furadouro, Cortegaça and Esmoriz.

The most amazing city in Portugal, Porto, is just 30 minutes away by car. It also near the beautiful city of Aveiro, just 30 kms far. The surfhouse is a place where people from all over the world can enjoy the surf experience,have fun, meet people, exchange experiences and relax.

Maceda beach has 8km of sand and it is in the middle of recognized surf spots: from Espinho to Aveiro we have the best surf in the center/North of Portugal. With a peaceful and friendly environment, where Portuguese traditions are still alive but the parties are not forgotten, Maceda Surfcamp is a place where you can enjoy the pure feeling of surf.



Just 30km in land from the surfcamp you can found beatiful views nice trekkings and good swiming at the lagons with water falls .

Stanislaus Fountain, Maceda

Medieval Fair, Santa Maria da Feira


One of the places you must go when you stay in our surfcamp is the Medieval town - Santa Maria da Feira - just 4kms far from Maceda.

There you can visit the castle, walk through the streets, that seem stopped in time, and relax in one of the great pubs.

In August, the famous Medieval festival takes place, and the local people dressed up and decorated their houses, medieval style. You can also see the different performances around the streets, all day and all night, and try Middle Age food on one of the typical tents!!

The Imaginarius festival takes place in June, and it is another great festival in this small town. Street circus groups from all over the world make lots of performances along the streets! It is an amazing show.

So, see you in Santa Maria da Feira this summer? 🙂