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Boating Guide - Porto

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Porto is a coastal city in northwestern Portugal and is a great place to rent a boat. You can rent a small motorboat, sailboat, canoe, or even a yacht. The city lies along the Douro River which is the perfect destination for boating and river cruising.

Want to rent a surfboard or a try a surfing lesson in Porto? There are numerous spots near Porto that are suited for people of all skill levels! Whatever your level of surfing experience, the expansive coastline of Porto will provide excellent waves, and there are many instructors available to teach you.

Yacht rentals are some of the most popular in Porto, especially for larger groups and families. These spacious rentals are great for birthday celebrations, family outings, and bachelorette parties! You’re able to bring food and drinks of choice, and make an awesome playlist to connect with a Bluetooth sound system or plug in on your boat rental. While visiting Porto you’ll want to get a captained yacht charter to experience the coastal city to the fullest.

A great way to get exercise during a visit to Portol is a kayak or paddleboard rental in the Duoro Marina. These watersports are a great upper body workout while enjoying scenic views from the coastline. Rentals start as low as $30/ hr and lessons are available if it’s your first time kayaking or paddleboaring.

Other activities you should consider while in Porto include canoeing and sailing. Canoe tours are a fun and exciting way to explore the river and discover areas not accessible by land. Sailboat rentals in Porto are a great way to immerse yourself in the beauty of the port district.

About Porto, Portugal

Porto is the second largest city in Portugal and one of the oldest cities in Europe. The historic city is filled with narrow cobbled streets, museums, cathedrals, and iconic bridges. The best time to visit Porto is from May to September as this is when the weather is warm and sunny with a nice breeze The easiest way to arrive in Porto is to directly fly into the Porto Airport, also known as Aeroporto de Pedras Rubras. The airport is located about 7 miles from the center of the city.

Other Things to Do

While on land in Porto, there are a bunch of great activities to do and things to see. There are many art museums, historic neighborhoods, cathedrals, markets, and festivals to explore and enjoy. Porto is one of the world’s largest wine regions, so make sure you visit a port wine cellar for a tour or tasting!

Some of the most popular beaches in the area include Matosinhos Beach, the main beach in Porto and one of the best surfing spots. The Senhor da Pedra beach is a romantic and scenic beach just south of Porto and is famous for the Senhor da Pedra Chapel that is perched up on a rock. Praia do Carneiro is the closest beach to the Duoro River. This beach is excellent for walking and fishing and is well-known for the lighthouse found at the end of the jetty.

Nearby cities to visit while staying in Porto include Douro Valley, Gerês National Park, Aveiro, and Lisbon.

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