We are proud to work with the industry's best to hosts to host remote workers who stay for a long time, are smart, calm, respectful for your house, and easy to manage.
Learn from a smart and tech-savvy crew of laid back, ambitious people who consciously spend their time.
Most customers are full time employed by companies, and need to be productive from day one. Fast, stable Wifi (50mbps or more) and a proper work space or desk in their room are therefore minimal requirements.
Below a few profiles and job titles of real people who booked.
Hi! I'm Tua, 25 year old and from Finland. I'm quite beginner in surfing, I have surfed two times a couple of years ago.
I work as a Product Owner in EV charging software company. In Finland, I do kitesurfing, windsurfing, skateboarding and snowboarding, and I'm suuuuper excited to learn to surf and to meet new people!
I’m Gerrit, 31 years old and I’m living in Germany. I’m working as a software developer in a young startup. My surfing level is somewhere between beginner and intermediate. Catching some waves after work (or even before) sounds amazing.
In my free time I love all kinds of activities like cycling, snowboarding, hiking, travelling, climbing, fitness or just having a relaxed time with friends.
When I’m not outside or active, I’m a bit nerdy as well. As you might guess - I love gaming and programming. I’m looking forward to meet you guys!
I’m taking a month off between jobs and am desperate to come out surfing!
I’m looking for a place where I’ll meet fellow travellers to surf with, eat with, and share stories, with a low key atmosphere, but also up for a party every now and then.
Coworksurf seems like the perfect place for me.
Hi! My name's Aidana - I'm a Designer / Software Engineer living in Kazakhstan and currently traveling around South East Asia. Would love to stay at your place to learn to surf during the day and work at night.
I am a 24 year old girl from Norway who loves traveling, surfing, adventures, seeing new places and meeting likeminded people.
I am running a marketing agency online, and therefore I am dependent on having a place to work where the wifi is good and suitable surroundings.
My name is Garrett, I am a 22 year old data scientist from Boston, Massachusetts working fully remote. I am currently studying A.I. at Northeastern University and am taking a year of leave starting in May to travel full time and would like to visit Peniche as my first stop.
My hobbies and interests include spearfishing and freediving, jiu-jitsu, running, and playing the guitar. I try to be outside as much as possible, and consider myself to be very social and would look forward to meeting everyone in the house.
My surfing level is beginner, but I plan on making it my priority to learn while in Portugal. I am very comfortable in the water and relatively in shape, so hopefully I can pick it up rather quickly. Thanks, and nice to meet you!
Originally from London, I lived in Latin America for 4 years. I work in social impact and sustainability, mostly in food systems. Currently, I am piloting a systems change programme for a foundation that believes in food as a tool for social change.
I am excited by the outdoors, wholesome living, regeneration/sustainability, and nutrition - yoga instructor, hiking mountain leader in training, rookie rock climber, and of course a very wave-deprived surfer.
Hi there! My name is Crosby and I am a digital nomad traveling full-time and sharing my experience on Instagram and YouTube.
My sister and I will be backpacking through Spain in May and would love to come work and surf at your property! We are both beginners/ intermediate surfers (we've surfed several times but aren't total pros yet!) but are excited to practice more in the Gran Canaria.
I also work full-time so the coworking space is a huge plus for me!
Hello Pierre-Louis! My name is James, and I'm from the United States. I grew up in Chicago and have lived in Los Angeles for the past 4 years, so I surfed up and down the California coast during my time there and loved it!
I am an intermediate surfer (I ride a shortboard but don't do well in swell over 5ft yet) and am really excited to spend a month in Senegal to improve and work while I'm there. I start as a product manager at a US company called Capital One in August, so my work while I'm there will be preparing for my job.
I'm really looking forward to meeting you and spending some time in the incredible place you call home!
I’ve never surfed before, but I want to learn! I’m a computer scientist working for a quantum computing startup based out of Boston.
Really excited to get out and about; meet some great people, soak up the relaxed Portugal atmosphere and ride the waves!
I’ve surfed in Cornwall before, but that was a few years ago now. My surf level isn’t high, but I enjoy it.
Work wise - I work for a London based startup as a growth manager. My week to week work is varied - I basically do anything that grows the business (sales, marketing, events, community, weird one-off projects.)
Hi, I'm a software developer and a Web3 entrepreneur and I build products for clients.
I've been living a Digital Nomad life for a few years and I specially love visiting Portugal for surfing. Looking forward to it!
We're currently only looking for partners that are a perfect fit! That means you have an amazing place close by the surf, where people can work remotely, and connect with each other.
We can't wait to work together!
No investors, no bs. We are 100% funded by our customers.
We started Coworksurf because we want to live life more slowly. More adventure, more surf, and more closely connected with nature and each other. We want to build something beautiful to add to the world. Not to flip a quick profit.
With Coworksurf, we want to prove that you don't need to raise millions to build a meaningful business. Instead, we respect genuine, customer-led, healthy growth.
We don't have millions to pour into development, so things move slower. If you repeatedly experience serious bugs or broken customer flows, we're probably working on it, and would love if you could let us know via a DM in our community.
Thank you for working with us. We are beyond excited to be able to create this new world with you.
- Start our own coliving space to learn how to make one successful - 1% to nature
- Keep running our own coliving space to understand business model problems, and how to solve them
- Create a marketing and booking platform to help all coliving spaces by the surf become successful - 10% to nature
- Make this a healthy full-circle business in the surf niche
- Wait for the world to add kerosine taxes, create nomad visas, adopt remote work and UBI
- Create a general booking site, and help the world flourish as it pays rent - by 2050, 100% of extra profit goes to nature and social development.