Photography: Isaac Zoller
Ericeira has recently been mentioned again by the international press, this time by Stab Mag, the Australian surf website.
In an piece by Morgan Williamson entitled “72 Hours In Ericeira, Portugal,” the publication shares a kind of village guide, turning the attention particularly to its waves and other motives of interest.
The article, which had the coverage of the Vans Duct Tape festival as its starting point, ended up going well beyond the geographical boundaries of Ribeira d’Ilhas and the context of this singular event that crossed Longboard and Art.
Starting by mentioning the quality and diversity of the surf spots along this coast – marked with various levels of difficulty – as well as the potentially wide ranges of tides, the author goes on to the charms of the historic village, which he classifies as “adorable”.
Morgan Williamson begins by classifying Ericeira as a surf town, with neoprene suits drying at the windows and surf shops scattered everywhere.
After complimenting the gastronomy and a certain general aura of happiness of the residents, it is even said that this is an indicated destination for “romance and tapas, good waves washed down by wine from various regions of Portugal” and all for a reasonable price.
Reasons that lead Morgan to state, by way of conclusion, that 72 hours are not enough to properly appreciate Ericeira, where he would really enjoy to stay for a while.
You can read the full article here.
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