Costa da Caparica receives consistent Atlantic swells and provides great opportunity all year round for stand up paddle enthusiasts.
Costa da Caparica is a long stretch of uninterrupted sandy beach border by dunes and an extensive pine grove.
Both the air and water temperatures are warm and consistent year-round. In the summer (May to September) you can expect air temperature around 30 degrees and for the winter it's no less than 15 degrees.
Stand up paddleboarding is one of the fastest-growing water sports in the world. Costa da Caparica is one of the best locations to discover this new exhilarating experience. Stand up paddle surfing is a traditional Hawaiian sport that promotes balance, strength, and general fitness.
It is excellent for surfers and non-surfers alike, as it provides an isometric workout that strengthens your core muscle groups while giving you a fun and exciting way to view the natural surroundings.
In fact, Manawa Camp SUP school is so convinced that you will take to stand up paddleboarding that they guarantee you will be paddling by the end of your very first lesson! They would love to introduce you to this amazing new way of enjoying the stunning Costa da Caparica beaches.
It’s not all about surf, Costa da Caparica is set to become world-famous for stand up paddleboarding too – so get down here and take part in this incredible experience!
This SUP Baptism is perfect for beginners.
SUP is all about connecting your body to your paddle through your paddle stroke and eventually timing that stroke to connect you to the energy in the water that is all around you. Sounds cool, right? Well, it is! Your first lesson gets your feet on the board and launches you onto the learning curve!