Tarifa is one of the first choices for kitesurfing in Europe because of its wind probability and outstanding kitesurf culture. It is easily accessible from Malaga or Sevilla, there is a lot to do in Tarifa, and the kitesurfing is always on.
In early 2015 we felt that we had enough of Finland. Once again. We started to think about places we could escape to for a while and found Tarifa to be a good match. Here is the kitesurfing video from our time there!
This is a post being published 5 years too late, but since I am now gathering all kitesurf trips in one page, I am going to present also the first kitesurf trip I did. That was one interesting one to Rhodes in Greece.
A lot of people travel for surfing because obviously surf spots can be found only in a few places around the world. Surf travel is awesome but might cause trouble and misunderstandings as well. Here are 10 tricks for surfing in Fuerteventura that make your surf trip successful.
We got the chance to escape the cold and snow and spend 10 days at a surf camp in Fuerteventura in the middle of the winter we did not hesitate to say, yes, let’s go! But also, we gathered a group of friends that also wanted to go, to get the trip even more epic.
The first weekend in April there were held a one-of-kind event in Haugastol in Norway. The RedBull Ragnarok 2014. A snowkite race, 60-70 kilometers, across the snowy glacier Hardangervidda in Norway. Kitesurfersblog was there, participating and reporting! Read on for more!
If you are in Europe in the winter and want to kitesurf without freezing your butt off or wearing a thick wetsuit, you do not have a lot of choices if you do not want to travel too far. One destination close is Egypt (El Gouna or Hurghada). Another is the Canary Islands, just a […]