Holidays to Ericeira
The small, sun drenched town of Ericeira lies above the Atlantic on Portugal's west coast. Its waves and swells make for some of the best surfing in the world, while the golden beaches are breezy suntraps, ideal for working on your tan. The whitewashed walls and blue facades cluster around the central square, Praca de Republica. With pretty churches, excellent restaurants serving up gutsy Portuguese cuisine, and Lisbon's sights only 50km away, Ericeia is Portuguese perfection.
Praia dos Pescadores
Beautiful scenery is a big draw at this beach, with fishing boats and rolling blue waves. Served by cafes and bars.
Praia do Sul
Ericeira's main beach on the southern side of town, it's easy to get to from the village. Lined by a pretty promenade.
Misericordia church and museum
The baroque church was completed in the 18th Century and contains stunning iconography. The museum houses religious art.
Church of Sao Pedro
The white and blue façade of the church overlooks the pretty square. The building features an ornate nave and altar.
Winds, waves and reef breaks around Ericeia cement its standing as a surfing mecca. Rent a board or go to surf school.
Coffee at Praca da Republica
Ericeira's main square is ringed with cafes and gourmet shops, ideal for afternoons sipping coffee and people-watching.
Eating intensely flavoured grilled sardines is a way of life in fishing villages. Soft, salty and served in myriad ways.
Dried, salted cod is ubiquitous in Portuguese cuisine, with hundreds of recipe variations from fishcakes to casserole.
Rua Dr Eduardo Burnay
A town centre road lined with restaurants, cafes and bars. They're buzzing in summer thanks to the influx of surfers.
For a chilled out, intimate evening of cocktails and jazz, look no further than this atmospheric, central bar.
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