Na CNN, o coração de Portugal é o
Público.ptNa CNN, o coração de Portugal é o "Centro of the universe"Público.pt"A Costa de Prata portuguesa e o resto da região Centro em volta da Nazaré são casa de um vasto leque de tesouros por descobrir", escreve Arnes, referindo que são "injustamente ignorados pelos visitantes", que, "tipicamente", vão em maioria a Lisboa ou ...Região «esquecida» de Portugal é o «centro do universo» para a CNNTVI24A CNN destacou esta região portuguesaJornal SOLCNN revela o Centro de Portugal "misteriosamente ignorado" (com galeria de ...Revista PORT.COMNotícias ao Minuto -Boas Notícias -Gazeta do Rossioall 9 news articles »
Posted on 9 April 2015 | 9:13 am
Centro of the universe: Portugal's
Centro of the universe: Portugal's mysteriously overlooked middleCNNPortugal's "Silver Coast" and rest of the Centro region surrounding Nazare are home to a largely undiscovered array of treasures unjustly ignored by Portugal visitors who typically only hit Lisbon or the wine-based charms around Oporto in the north ...and more »
Posted on 9 April 2015 | 1:03 am
Hawaii surfers dominate finalists for Big
SurferTodayHawaii surfers dominate finalists for Big Wave AwardsHonolulu Star-Advertiser21; Kemper for a wave at Puerto Escondito, Mexico on July 5; Jamie Mitchell, of Australia and Chapman Murphy, of San Diego, for a double-wipeout at Maverick's in California on Dec. 20; and France's Benjamin Sanchis for a wave at Nazare, Portugal on Dec.REMAINING WORLD SURF LEAGUE BIG WAVE AWARD NOMINEES ...Surfline.com Surf NewsFinal list of nominees for WSL Big Wave Awards releasedWake, Wind and Surfall 8 news articles »
Posted on 6 April 2015 | 3:45 pm
Surf These Are The 5 Biggest Waves of 2014 -
TheInertia.comSurf These Are The 5 Biggest Waves of 2014TheInertia.comMid-December in Portugal was probably the craziest time of the year for big waves. Of course, there were a few days in Mex when Puerto destroyed everything in its path, but for sheer height, its hard to compare with Nazare. Hugo Vau whipped into one of ...
Posted on 30 March 2015 | 10:52 pm
World Surf League Big Wave Award nominees
World Surf League Big Wave Award nominees announcedBoxscore“As always, Jaws in Hawaii, Maverick's in California and Nazaré in Portugal were focal points and each had one or two days with epic conditions where multiple nominees were produced. It was also a solid year for Australia and probably the most nominees ...and more »
Posted on 26 March 2015 | 4:19 pm
Total wipeout! British surfer rides 60ft
This is the moment a British surfer miraculously escaped with minor injuries after he fell riding one of the world's most notorious waves - which hit him "like a truck". Daredevil Andrew Cotton, 35, was towed into the water by a jet-ski at big-wave spot ...
Posted on 2 December 2014 | 1:00 am
Wave measuring more than 70 feet hits
A WAVE measuring more than 70 feet was recorded off the coast of Penzance this morning ... coast of the Duchy this morning - higher than the swell off the coast of Nazare, Portugal, and dwarfing the 6ft surf that lapped against Australia's Bondi Beach.
Posted on 4 February 2014 | 10:48 pm
Surfer, Andrew Cotton, Rides 'World's
A British plumber may have just ridden the biggest wave ever by a surfer. Andrew Cotton, 34, tackled the beast off the coast of Nazaré, Portugal, on Sunday. Experts estimate the wave at 78-80ft and are expected to confirm it as a record. It could have ...
Posted on 3 February 2014 | 6:07 pm
Plumber surfs 'biggest wave ever' in Nazare,
Notorious big surf fiend and Devon plumber Andrew Cotton has conquered what many believe is the biggest wave ever surfed. Off the coast of Portugal near the town of Nazare, massive storms delivered unbelievable swell on the notorious stretch of ocean.
Posted on 3 February 2014 | 11:15 am
Nazare, Portugal Attracts Surfers With
Nazare, Portugal, is attracting hundreds of surfers with record-setting waves. The St. Jude’s Day storm is blamed for killing at least 15 people and leaving a wide path of destruction throughout Europe. However, surfers are taking advantage of the ...
Posted on 29 October 2013 | 6:48 am