With a warren of thin, cobbled paths running down to a wide, bluff upheld shoreline, Nazaré is Estremadura’s most pleasant waterfront resort. The sands are stuffed one end to the other with kaleidoscopic umbrellas in July and August, yet the gathering climate isn’t constrained to the late spring shoreline scene – Nazaré is one of Portugal’s top draws for New Year’s Eve and Carnaval festivities too.
The town focus is stuck with fish eateries, bars and nearby ladies in customary dress selling spaces for rent, particularly close seafront Av da República. To get an alternate point of view, take the funicular up to Promontório do Sítio, where picture-postcard seaside sees develop from the bluffs.
Nazaré has hit the features as of late for the creature waves that come in only north of town and the record-breaking accomplishments of the gutsy surfers that ride them.
Lately, Nazare has been famous around the world for it’s massive, huge, enormous waves, where the World Guinness Records stands, for the biggest ever surfed wave in the world, with more than 30 meters (100 foot).
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