Photography: Sérgio Oliveira


The end of May and the beginning of June in Ericeira were characterized by hot days, with virtually no wind, and above average sea water temperatures.

There’s usually another one joining these elements (except for the warm waters…), which is part of the Jagoz Summer in the minds of many people: the fog, which usually covers the mornings like a diaphanous mantle.

“Tá néboa!”(Slang for “It’s foggy”), it is customary to hear in these situations during encounters and circumstantial conversations, in a kind of Summer mantra that may receive another proclamation as an answer in the form of a prayer: “The skies will still open!”.

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