The Caparica Surf Fest Pro comes back in its sixth year with a men's QS3,000 and women's QS1,000 events from May 18-23, 2021.
Portugal has become the epicenter of European's surfing with more and more events every year, so it was only logical the tour would start again there after a one-year hiatus due to the ongoing pandemic. Surfers from the Old Continent will head to the shores of Caparica following Santa Cruz to get things going again on mainland Europe.
In its four years of existence, Caparica has definitely made an impression on surfers, with consistent, good surf and all-round beautiful weather. Located just South of the capital city of Lisbon, past the iconic red suspension bridge, the coastline offers miles of uncrowded beach breaks.
That part of the coast receives more swell than the Cascais area and drags surfers by the numbers when the winds and waves conditions are right. Whether you want easy access to the beach in town, or find a peak on your own further down the coast, Caparica has got it all.
Tune in from May 18-23, 2021 and check out all the photos, videos and updates right here on worldsurfleague.com!
In the meantime, check out some of the imagery from the last held events in Caparica back in 2019!