http://www.singletracks.com/portugal-bike-trails_68.html The Mountain Biking and MTB (mountain biking) is a sport that is practised in courses with obstacles such as muddy roads and mountains. You can practise it in Gerês, Serra da Freita, Serra da Lousã, Serra da Estrela and Serra de Monchique.
http://www.globalsurfers.com/country_details.cfm?land=Portugal#surfspots Surfing is an extreme sport that is practised in the sea on a plank. In Portugal you can practise this sport on various beaches such as Praia da Mariana, Espinho, Nazaré, Praia da Balaia, Ericeira, Costa da Caparica and Sagres.
http://www.rockclimbing.com/routes/Europe/Portugal/ Climbing is a sport where you use the force of hands and feet to climb something, such as rocks and walls themselves. It is necessary safety equipment to prevent accidents.
This sport is to descend from a high point to the ground through the force of hands. In Portugal you can practise it in Penacova, Rocha da Pena, Paderne.
This sport is to descend from very high places to land with one or more strings. You can do it in Póvoa de Lanhoso, Ponte do Sôr and Portalegre.
http://www.kiteboardingholidays.com/europe/portugal.php This sport is very similar to the Surf, but is practised with a "kite". It is also a water sport and it gives adrenaline those who practise it. It can be practised in Aveiro, Esposende, Guincho, Alvor, Lagos and other beaches.
It is a sport practiced by the mentally disabled / engines. The level of the game find it difficult depends on each player and the player's skill.
http://www.portugal-sport-and-adventure.com/canoe-Portugal.html Canoeing is a water sport that is practiced with a canoe and the player uses the paddle and your strength to move the canoe. It can be practised in the rivers Minho, Tagus, Douro and Guadiana.