Akyaka, Turkey’s top Kite Spot

Surrounded by the warm and clear Aegean Sea, Akyaka is still amazingly one of the relatively unknown spots in Europe</b> which means you can enjoy riding here without battling amongst the crowds.

Urla, Turkey - Kite & more

Spacious bay, super flat, shallow water and consistent wind (Meltemi) make for the ideal kite conditions for both beginners and advanced. There is more to explore even if you're not riding, aswell: the cities of Urla and Alacati, old fishermen villages, with stone houses, cobbled streets, charming landscapes, vineyards and hot springs.

Kitesurfing in Gökçeada, Turkey

There you have 90% chances to get wind over 14 knots (up to 35 knots in peak season) Besides this, Gokceada has a special charm because it’s one of the few places where you can still camp on the beach, allowing you to enjoy a nomad style of living, from a “billion stars hotel”

Limnos, Greece - Keros kite spot, a paradise for everybody

If there is wind, this place is peeeerfect! The spot is really good to progress, the wind is reliable, it’s ON almost all day long, the water is pretty flat. We had an epic experience staying in a glamping (glamorous camping), in some big tents, with all the comfort.