Isabela Sousa calls it the "Portuguese Wedge." And yes, although not as big as the original - Newport Beach's The Wedge - it sure delivers a few thick and powerful waves.
Located in Paços de Arcos, on the outskirts of Lisbon, the iconic right-hand point break wave only comes to life when Atlantic huge swells hit the Portuguese coast.
The triangular wave breaks alongside the breakwater and often allows for a few airs and tube rides, making it an almost bodyboarders-only spot.
However, this is also a very sensitive break and may change abruptly when the sandbanks shift slightly forward or backward.
The four-time world bodyboarding champion shared a few waves with the locals and dropped a video with some of the gems that the spot produces.
Isabela Sousa says the wave reminds her of Poço da Draga, also known as Carminha, a Brazilian wedge that breaks in Fortaleza, and the place where the Brazilian landed a huge air.
Sousa is currently living in Portugal. She rides for Estoril Praia, a Portuguese sports club based in Cascais.