Are you coming to Sardinia and do you like to kitesurf or learn to kitesurf? In this post you can find useful information on the:
In the Southern Sardinia there are many Kite Spot for Kitesurfing, suitable for all levels. Anyway, the Best Kite Spot of Souther Sardinia are for sure 2: Punta Trettu and Cagliari.
Kitesurfing Punta Trettu
Punta Trettu, in the South West of Sardinia, has become one most famous kite spot of Europe. Punta Trettu is considered a Kitesurfing Paradise due to the still wild nature and to the perfect conditions for kitesurfing: shallow and flat water, constant wind. At the kite spot of Punta Trettu Kite Beach, the best wind are Mistral (north-west) and Sirocco (south-east). Kitesurfing at Punta Trettu Kite Beach is allowed all year round (kitesurfing is allowed in the kite zones only; pay attention also to the Police warnings and restrictions), also in the summer season.
In Punta Trettu, one the best kiteschool is the Punta Trettu Kite Center Sardinia, that has available also a Bar Cafè to enjoy great moments with other kiters.
Cagliari is a great place for for sailing. To realize the sail potential of Cagliari, we can simply recall that, in the recent past, Cagliari has been home of the 2013 Hobie Cat16 European Championship, home of the 2014 Kiteboard Race World Championship for Masters and Young. In addition, Cagliari has been chosen by Luna Rossa Challenge for training the next America ‘s Cup.
In the area of Cagliari there are to Kite Spots: Poetto Beach and Petrol Beach. Poetto beach is the winter Kite Spot of Cagliariwith the wind from South-West to North-East. Petrol Beach, 20 minutes far from the city center, is the summer kite spot of Cagliari, perfect with the thermal wind.
In Cagliari, one the best kiteschool is KiteGeneration.
Other Famous Kite Spot in Southern Sardinia
Villasimius is one of the most beautiful Sardinia tourist destinations of Sardinia because of crystal waters, sandy beaches and the windy spots.
The main kite spots of Villasimius are Campulongu, Porto Giunco and Simius Playa. You can move from one to another spot (all spots all have a sandy bottom) depending on the wind direction.
During the summer season (from June to mid-September), due to the lack of kitesurf lanes and big number of bathers, for kitesurfing, it is required a boat support (Kitesurfing lift service).
The beach of Chia has a large wind exposure. Usually, north-east, south-west, east and south winds bring nice waves.
During the summer season (May to August), during the hot and sunny days, a thermal wind is blowing (often it can reach an intensity of 20 knots).
Like in Villasimius, also in Chia, during the summer season (from June to mid-September), due to the lack of kitesurf lanes and big number of bathers, for kitesurfing, it is required a boat support (Kitesurfing lift service).
Kitesurfing Porto Botte
Porto Botte is a bay which lies to the south of Sant€™Antioco island and to the north of Porto Pino beach.
Porto Botte, outstanding with Mistral that blows side-on with flat water, is suitable both beginners and expert riders because, even during the summer season, there are no bathers.
Weather Conditions for Kitesurfing in Southern Sardinia
Sardinia, with the white sand beaches, its clear sea, its breathtaking nature, its culture and history, its clima and its traditions is one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean sea.
Whether you want to relax and enjoy nature, enjoy scuba diving or snorkeling in its clear waters, or to have kitesurfing, Sailing, Surfing, SUP, Bike, Sardinia is the ideal place.
Among the most charming places of whole Sardinia, the south of the Island holds a position of respect: Villasimius, Costa Rei, Geremeas, Cagliari, Pula, Chia, Teulata and Carloforte have nothing to envy to the most famous Costa Smeralda in the north of the Island.
A must for any Holidays in Southern Sardinia is Cagliari, the capital of Sardinia. Cagliari, in fact, is one of the centers of Sardinia with more services and it is the basis of several low cost airlines, including Ryanair and Easyjet: for those reasons Cagliari is easily reacheble in by flying from many European cities (eg London , Edinburgh , Paris, Brussels, Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Geneva, Basel, Zurich, Berlin, Basen, Dussendorf, Frankfurt, Nuremberg, Kaunas, Oslo, Krakow, Moscow , Milan, Rome).
In Sardinia and Cagliari, two are the prevailing winds: Mistral (blowing from the North-West) and Sirocco (blowing from South-East). In addition, in Cagliari, in the hot and sunny days (usually from April to October), a local thermal wind (sea breeze) is blowing reaching often an intensity of more than 15 knots. Finally Cagliari has a very high percentage of days with winds over 10 knots.
As you can see from the graph and the table here below, the best season for a Sardinia holidays dedicated to kite surfing or sailing runs from March to Noveber: temperatures are milder and the number of sunny and windy days is very high.
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