Surf nazare

surf nazare

When can I Surf in Nazaré?

Waves Forecast Surfing is allowed on the beaches of Nazaré. Lighthouse Fort reopens its doors from April 5th, 2021 (from 10 am to 5:30 pm). Next Big Waves season from September 2021 to March 2022.

Is Nazaré the worlds biggest wave?

While surfed sporadically earlier, the worlds biggest, baddest, most oversized wedge, Nazaré took center stage in the big wave world after Garrett MacNamara was invited there to surf the worlds biggest wave in 2011.

What is XXL Nazare beach surfing?

The XXL Nazare surf is the product of a colossal deep-sea canyon (the Nazare Canyon). It cuts through the seabed to almost five kilometers at some places, helping to funnel and shape some of the strongest swells on the planet. But things aren’t always apocalyptic here. Nazare beach surfing can be tame in the summer months.

What is Nazaré famous for?

Since then, Nazaré has become a household name, one of Portugals main coastal tourist attractions, a (former) stop on the Big Wave World Tour, and ground zero for big wave tow surfing.

What is the XXL Nazare surf?

The XXL Nazare surf is the product of a colossal deep-sea canyon (the Nazare Canyon). It cuts through the seabed to almost five kilometers at some places, helping to funnel and shape some of the strongest swells on the planet. But things aren’t always apocalyptic here.

Why is Nazare the best place to surf?

It regularly produces the largest rideable waves on planet Earth. And thanks to the ultimate deepwater canyon set up, Nazaré’s surf size potential is only bound by the size and direction of the swell it receives. Few know the waves at Nazare better than Garrett McNamara. His words are worth the time.

Will the Nazaré Canyon amplify the surf at the beach?

The large, deepwater Nazaré Canyon has the potential to significantly amplify the surf at the beach just to the north of the bay. Wave-face height can multiply three, four, even five times the offshore deepwater swell height. But this magnification is highly dependent on the incoming swell angle and period.

What makes the waves at Nazare so special?

Nazaré is well known for good reason. It regularly produces the largest rideable waves on planet Earth. And thanks to the ultimate deepwater canyon set up, Nazaré’s surf size potential is only bound by the size and direction of the swell it receives. Few know the waves at Nazare better than Garrett McNamara.

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