Fuerteventura has the most epic spots for kitesurfing – and from the camp you can reach them in a heartbeat. Get ready for your next wet adventure!
Kite surfing is probably the most prominent water sport in the months from March to November, thanks to its positioning right in the path of trade winds. It’s also possible to get some lucky days for kite surfing in the winter months.
This is located just outside of Corralejo, this is the main spot for kitesurfing in the island. A stretch of 7 kilometers, it’s a spacious sandy beach, half of which is marked off for kitesurfing. Ideal wind blows 15-20 knots side shore, across the beach, which makes it perfect for beginners.
You can also go on kite cruises from here and explore the islands Los Lobos and Lanzarote.
This stunning beach behind the cute fisherman village is located on the north west coast. The wind here is usually 3 – 5 knots stronger than Flag beach, meaning more favourable conditions for intermediate kite surfers. Since El Cotillo has long rolling waves, it’s more fun for the advance to also catch some waves while cruising down the waters.
This is one of the best point breaks of the island, that has huge winter waves measuring upto 3 meters. Located on the northshore, kitesurfing here is for the more advanced.
The other neighbouring spots for real wave riders are Punta Blanca, El Hierro, La Caleta, and Mejillones.
You can book kite-surfing as an additional activity during your stay at the Surf’n’Yoga Camp. This can be added whilst making your booking or when you arrive at the villa.
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