Spain is one of the most popular and accessible destinations in Europe for kiteboarding. Spain has been getting lots of attention lately not only because of its great conditions though its world class kitesurfing freestylers and positive promotion towards its destinations, such as; Tarifa and Fuerteventura.
  • Fuerteventura Canary Islands

Fuerteventura Canary Islands

The scene: Some 60 miles off the coast of Morocco, the beaches at Fuerteventura feel like ocean-side outposts amid the island’s rocky desert. While popular with European tourists, Americans are few and far between.Best season: May–September

What makes it great: Wind sweeps the shore day after day. No need to sit out when it shifts direction though, just drive to the other side of the island. Beginner tips: Flag Beach is one of the best spots for learners, but be wary of rocks that emerge at low tide. To get rad: Bring a small kite down to Sotavento to tackle gusty, side- and offshore winds and significant surf. What to do on no-wind days: Take a nap. Wind blows so consistently, you’ll be begging for a break. kitesurfing fuerteventura spain