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GREECE KITESURFING HOLIDAYS

If You Want To Discover One Of The Most Mystical And Beautiful Environments Of The World Greece Is The Perfect Destination. Its Cities And Landscapes Reflects Centuries Of History And Knowledge; And The Mediterranean Passion Is Present In Every Single Place. Greece Is Surrounded By Two Seas, The Aegean And The Ionian And The Wind Conditions Are Appropriated For The Practice Of Kitesurfing. There's Several Spots Spread Along The Coast And All Of Them Enjoy Reliable Wind Conditions For All Year kitesurfing; Flat Shallow Waters And White Sand Beaches Will Make Visitors Want Time To Standstill. From Planet Kitesurf Holidays We Will Advise You About The Best Spots And Journeys For Your kitesurfing Holidays In Greece.

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Why You'll Love Kitesurfing In Greece!

  • Kos is a short direct flight from many European destinations
  • A great family destination with a range of good beachfront hotels with excellent kids clubs
  • The predominant on shore wind direction makes it possible to ride the shoreline all the the way along the beach

Did you know...

The number of tourists visiting Greece each year outway the total population of the country. The capital city of Athens is one of Europe's oldest city and the birthplace of democracy. Not surprisingly, Greece is the planet's third-leading producer of olives and around 7% of the world's marble comes from Greece.

Kos is located north of Rhodes, close to Turkey and has long been a popular summer holiday destination but there is also some good kitesurfing in Kos. The area of Psaldi, about 10 minutes drive east of Kos town, has the best kitesurfing on Kos Island due to the best wind direction and consistent wind.

This area of Kos is best suited to couples as there are some very nice boutique hotels within a short drive of the kitesurf centre. Kos also offer a perfect location for a non-kitesurfing partner with plenty of great places to eat out and visit in the very picturesque Kos Town.

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Situated 12km southwest of Rhodes Town, the village is actually one of the biggest settlements of the island, attracting its visitors especially because of the long sandy Kremasti beach as well for Valley of Butterflies nearby. Kremasti, is constant cross-shore winds, makes it the best kiteboarding - kitesurfing hotspots in the area.

The beach is simply lovely - a picturesque stretch of golden sands and little pebbles extended 10 more kilometres along the western coast with amazing blue waters.

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The island of Kos in Greece is located just next to Rhodes Island, close to Turkey which you can see just across the water. The island is relatively small taking no more than an hour to drive from one side to the other. Kos town is very picturesque with plenty of charming traversers hidden away in it’s tree lined streets. There are some more ‘touristic’ areas in Kos but these are easily avoided. 
 
Kos is a superb destination for a Mediterranean Kitesurf holiday as it offers a short direct flight from many European airports, plus an easy transfer to your hotel.
 
Marmari is located just to the south west if Kos town by around 20 minutes drive. Marmari is best suited to a family Kitesurf holiday with a range of good beach front hotels with excellent kids clubs and facilities for younger children. For couples there are also some very stylish boutique hotels with fanatic spas
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Discover unspoilt Lemnos, with its beautiful beaches and traditional villages set away from the mass tourism of other Greek islands. Chill out in the evenings with the locals, enjoying the warm ambience of Greek taverns which serve delicious traditional cuisine. The flight to Limnos takes just 2-3 hours from most major European cities while the island can also be reached via ferry, making it an easily accessible holiday destination.

Lemnos is a lovely Greek Island, positioned in the northern part of the Aegean Sea. Lemnos is the 8th largest island of Greece, spreading over 477 square metres. Its main city and seat of the municipality is Myrina which has a harbour and is a trade centre. On the island are to be found approximately 30 villages and settlements, as well as the only desert in Europe. The island of Lemnos has preserved itself from the mass tourism and today it is a safe, friendly and quiet place. The locals are very hospitable and the natural surroundings are simple and pleasant. The island is ideal for family vacations and for relaxation on the beach.

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Evia Island is where the magic happens. Evia is the second-largest island in Greece and is an ideal and exceptional destination for people of all ages. This small island offers great local food, amazing nature and access to more than 20 beaches. It is located just one hour from Athens and away from all the mass tourism, with unmatched wind conditions almost every day in the summer months. This the perfect place to escape to and get away from the stresses of daily life. At Evia Island you can explore an undiscovered oasis and local secrets at one of the most beautiful destinations in Greece. Evia Island is one of the windiest places in Europe and offers good conditions all year round. There are also many other activities on offer on the island, giving you the opportunity to explore the natural surroundings or many secluded spots.

The island of Evia has only become known as a tourist destination within the last several years. It is a land of natural beauty, cultural heritage, local traditions and popular art. Evia's locals will welcome you with a warm smile of hospitality and delicious, mouth-watering traditional Greek cuisine. Evia has an unchanged natural environment totally unaffected by mass tourism and yet it is growing ever more popular as a new holiday destination. It's a place that remains genuine, authentic and traditional.

The island boasts more than 900 kilometres of coastline and 12,000 acres of natural forest and woodland. There are endless sand and pebble beaches, areas of natural beauty, archaeological monuments and museums.

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