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TURKEY KITESURFING HOLIDAYS

Fate Has Put Turkey At The Junction Of Two Continents. As A Land Bridge, A Meeting Point And A Battleground, It Has Seen Peoples Moving In Both Directions Between Europe And Asia Throughout Recorded History. That Human Traffic Has Left Monuments And Debris, Dynasties And Lasting Cultural Legacies, All Of Which Have Contributed To The Character Of Modern Turkey, A Premier Kitesurfing Destination. On The Aegean Sea, Alacati And Gokova Provide Consistent Year-round Winds And A Large Flat, Shallow Coastal Area; Perfect For Kitesurfing. Home To Some Of The Ancient Wonders Of The World; Expect To Be Amazed By Apollo’s Temple And Miletos Which Are Right By Some Of The Kitesurfing Locations. You Can Also Visit The Ancient Cities Or Take Daily Boat Trips Around The Numerous Bays And Islands.

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Why You'll Love Kitesurfing In Turkey!

  • Super reliable summer winds and a large flat water estuary set within a nature reserve
  • A popular Turkish holiday area which gives it a real local vibe
  • A pristine kitesurf spot with a fabulous local kite school

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Turkey has a rich cultural heritage with 13 UNESCO World Heritage Sites found within the country. Turkey is said to have given the world tulips, wheat and barley while coffee and cherries were also first cultivated in Turkey. Today Turkey's Grand Bazaar is thought to be the largest outdoor market in the world. 

Located in southern Turkey 1 hour from Dalaman, Gokova Bay is a dream kitesurfing location for all levels with super reliable summer winds and a large flat water estuary set within a nature reserve.

The town stretching from the sea up In to the surrounding hillside, is built in the traditional style of the area which has a Swiss chalet feel.  Although just a little town it is a popular Turkish holiday area which gives it a real local vibe and very welcoming feel.

Seven rivers run in to the bay, which make the water extremely clear and very unsalty! And with no permanent building allowed on the coast there are very few such pristine kiting spots with an fabulous local kite school available.

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