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A charming Portuguese coastal village and world surf reserve, truly a gem with one of the friendliest communities of nomads and surfers out there, plus beaches and waves. Besides coworking and surfing you will also find lots of opportunities to practice yoga and meditation and explore the amazing food scene with local and international restaurants and bars.
Originally used the ChillIn Surfcamp during 2023.
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An amazing experience. Nomadico clearly values community and attracts smart, adventurous, and thoughtful people. I stayed in Madeira and Ericeira. Both were fantastic. When I'm looking for new locations to visit I will always check if Nomadico is there first.
I had such a lovely stay at Nomadico!
Amazing people, really felt like a little Family.
Enough space to work and also to do meetings privately.
Will definetly come back!
I spent a week at Chill In with Nomadico Ericeira and my time there was absolutely perfect! I met lots of great people that I'm still in contact with, but I could also focus on my studies when I needed to. There are common areas where you could work while other people were either also working or chatting, or you could go to your own room (I booked a private one) and work from there. In the evenings there were some activities organized by the hostel, like game night oder pizza night, we even did a film night watching Black Mirror :) When I needed a moment off, I just booked a surf lesson or had a walk to the beach. I'm definitely planning on coming back!
As a software engineer, I was looking for a place to concentrate and work from during the week, but unfortunately, nomadico did not meet my expectations.
First and formemost, nomadico is not a place. If you book a stay with nomadico Ericeira, you will stay at a hostel called Chill Inn. There were about 8 people staying there from nomadico and the rest were regular hostel guests.
Contrary to what was advertised on the website, there was no coworking space. There was the living room of a hostel, but that's not a place where I could work from since there were always people around. If you book a private room, you will probably be able to work from there.
On the positive side, Mariam the community manager was very lovely and welcoming and she did make a good effort to make everyone feel comfortable and connect the nomadico guests.
Furthermore Bill, the owner of nomadico, was very opened for feedback and interested in resolving all issues in a progressive way. Afterall this is a new business idea and it is still evolving.
Overall, I think that staying at surf inn hostel as a regular guest would be an excellent experience for those interested in surfing and socializing. But it's not suitable for people who want to work productively during their stay.
It was a pleasure to be here. I worked at the morning and at the evening Maryam was organizing film nights, bar hopping tours and board game nights to escape from the stress and meet up some new people . It was the perfect combination between concentrated work and social life. I will come back and write my bachelor thesis there. Thank you for everything