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Peniche is a Portuguese city that celebrates the sea, from its roots as a traditional fishing harbour to its modern incarnation as a surfing destination. Its ramshackle buildings are on a headland surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, ringed by glorious golden beaches and rugged limestone cliffs. One beach in particular, Praia dos Supertubos, is revered in surfing circles for its tall, tube-like waves and for hosting the Rip Curl Pro Portugal tournament every October. There's a fascinating political history here too, not to be missed between tides.
Just like the town itself, Peniche hostels have surfing on the brain. Many have lessons you can sign up for, which is a great way to get to know your fellow travellers, and you can even get a ride to the beach in a surf van from the '60s. You can stay in a Peniche hostel with a spa and sauna to relax those muscles after a day in the waves, or one with an on-site bar so you can roll right into bed after a beer. Lots of hostels in Peniche have free Wi-Fi, as well as shared kitchens.
Peniche itself is the place to soak up the area's culture and history. Stroll through its colourful buildings with terracotta roofs and get a feel for life in a busy Portuguese fishing town. Nearby Baleal is ideal if you're looking for a post-surfing party. You'll find great value drinks, live music and late-night dancing, all within view of the sea. The town and beach of Consolação are known for their therapeutic properties: perfect for a more relaxing afternoon.
A visit to Peniche isn't complete without hitting the beach. The famous Praia dos Supertubos is just south of the headland, while the waves of Praia dos Consolação are a short walk further. There are plenty of surf schools around if you'd like a lesson. Visit Fortaleza de Peniche, a 16th-century defensive fortress, to learn about its early history and 20th-century use as a political prison. The off-shore Berlengas Natural Reserve is home to native birds and marine wildlife.
Most journeys to Peniche go through Lisbon. If you're flying into Lisbon Portela Airport, you can catch a connecting bus which will take around 90 minutes. Otherwise, a hire car is a good idea (just save some change for the toll roads). During summer, buses will take you between beaches, although renting a bike gives you more flexibility.