Kitesurfing in September

Whether you fancy the Italian sereneness, a solid Caribbean flair with steady winds in Brazil or Instagram suitable palm beaches in Sri Lanka – all those places are perfect for kitesurfing in September. Choose between flat water in the lagoons or go kitesurfing in the waves with sunshine, wind and a laid-back atmosphere.

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Italy: Sicily – Kitesurfing in September

+ Huge flat water lagoon in Lo Stagnone
+ Hotel Santa Maria: the ONLY accommodation directly at the spot with a swimming pool
+ Very high wind probability
+ Season from March till November
+ Newly renovated apartments located on the front row to the spot
+ only 3 hours away

We have three lovely furnished accommodations with a fabulous view over the lagoon of Lo Stagnone/Marsala in the east of the Italian island Sicily. You will find knee up to the hip deep water here. The glassy water conditions will help you to learn the first steps with the kite quickly. For advanced Kitesurfers, this is a perfect freestyle spot. Plus, you don’t have to watch out a lot because the wide lagoon offers enough space for everybody.

Brazil: Tatajuba – Kitesurfing in September

+ Beach-side accommodations
+ Incredibly beautiful pousada far from crowded spots

+ VDWS kite center managed by KiteWorldWide
+ Flatwater spot in front of the door and other spots nearby
+ Best wind in Brazil
+ Jericoacoara only 45 min. away
+ Exclusively at KiteWorldWide

Tatajuba is a beautiful place to stay at in September. Directly next to the crystal blue lagoon our KiteWorldWide Pousada delivers a perfect holiday place for kitesurfing and to let go of your daily routine. Different spots far off the beaten tracks are offering enough varieties on the water. In the middle of a palm garden, the Palafitas and Beach Bungalows are giving you a Caribbean flair. After the kite session, you can chill out in a hammock in front of your house on the beach.

Tunisia: Djerba – Kitesurfing in September

+ Huge shallow water lagoon for beginners, intermediates, and freestylers
+ Beautiful KiteWorldWide Village in typical Djerbian Arabian style
+ Brand new KiteWorldWide kite station with the latest gear from Flysurfer and Core 
+ Exclusive with KiteWorldWide
+ Holiday destination suited for single travelers, couples, and families

 

Djerba is the perfect kitesurf destination for beginners and intermediates, as the vast lagoon will offer plenty of space to practice. Djerba is also ideally suited for family trips; our KiteWorldWide Kite Village features spacious family apartments, as well as a pool for kids to play around and swim in. There are also a variety of other fun activities on this island. But of course, kitesurfing is still the #1 focus. Our massive lagoon on Djerba is quite shallow and stays warm all year – you might want to bring a wetsuit just in case but chances are, you won’t need it. After a successful session, you can kick back at the village, enjoy a good dinner and look back on the day with the other guests while having a cold beer.

Morocco: Essaouira – Kitesurfing in September

+ The KiteWorldWide Riad in the old town of Essaouira
+ High wind probability
+ KiteWorldWide Guide on site

+ Kitesurf spot with shallow entry
+ Great for wave beginners and advanced wave kiters
+ For those who rather push their level together: Kiteboarding Events Essaouira

From the beginning of April until the end of October, the wide, sandy beach of Essaouira is a great kitesurfing spot with a high chance of thermal wind. Most of the time the wind is on- or side-onshore wind which makes this spot quite safe for beginners. You can walk 100 meters into the water with the ground underneath your feet. Wave lovers will find some famous spots around Essaouira where they can surf the swell, like Moulay Bousselham or Sidi Kaouki.

Morocco: Dakhla – Kitesurfing in September

+ NEW in 2019: exclusive spa and Moroccan hammam
+ Stunning Kite Villa Camp exclusively for Kiteworldwide 
+ Diverse, shallow flat water spot in front of the camp and wave spots around the corner
+ Perfect wind conditions from March to October, good wind from November to February
+ VDWS licensed kite center under KiteWorldWide management 
+ New flight times without overnight stop

Our KiteWorldWide Villa Camp Dakhla is located on a peninsula in the western Sahara. The modern villas are standing with just 80 meters right next to the beach. A headland reaches out 40 kilometers in front of the beach. It forms a huge flat water area where you can safely learn how to kite. Advanced kite surfers can cruise over glassy water and learn new freestyle tricks easily on the huge lagoon. On the other side of the peninsula, a nice swell makes the kitesurfer’s heaven complete.

Egypt: Seahorse Bay -Kitesurfing in September

+ Family like atmosphere at the Ibi & Friends Kiteclub Seahorse Bay
+ Living right at the spot, without TukTuk rides
+ Complete packages for beginner, intermediate and advanced riders
+ Limited availability for more space on the water

For beginners, the Seahorse Bay in Egypt is one of the best spots to learn to kitesurf because of two instruction areas. The Kite School, the accommodation, and the kitesurfing spot are so close to each other that you don’t have much of a distance to walk or even take a TukTuk Ride like in El Gouna. In between the kite sessions, you can chill in comfy canvas chairs on the rooftop terrace with a nice view of the lagoon. Furthermore, you have a variety of activities next to kitesurfing.

Sri Lanka: Kalpitiya – Kitesurfing in September

+ The first lodge directly at the lagoon with a high standard
+ Massive flat water lagoon with numerous “glassy“ freestyle Spots
+ Super wind-proof during the season
+ Favourable flights, short-term booking possible
+ Delicious and exotic food
+ Professional Kite Center, owned by KiteWorldWide and exclusively for our guests
+ Free boat shuttle to the other side of the lagoon & lunch in the KiteWorldWide beach hut
+ Sri Lanka is the closest tropic destination from Europe and offers a lot of possibilities for exploring local culture and making day trips
+ Consistent warm and pleasant temperatures
+ Super friendly people on-the-spot and a stunning landscape

In Kalpitiya our beautiful KiteWorldWide Lagoon Lodges offers you a fabulous view of the lagoon. Also, a pool can cool you down if it’s too warm during the day. All of our guests are shuttled to the kitesurfing lessons on the other side of the lagoon. At our comfy beach cottage, you will find prepared lunch, showers, chairs, and shade for your break.

Spain: Tarifa – Kitesurfing in September

+ Our own kite school exclusively for KiteWorldWide guests
+ Season from April until June and September until October
+ Spanish lifestyle and epic nightlife
+ High wind probability and mild climate only three flying hours away
+ KiteWorldWide Town House Tarifa for a great community feeling
+ KiteWorldWide guide on site
 

At the white sand beach of Los Lances in Tarifa in Spain, we spotted a first-class kitesurfing area. From September to the end of October you can kite downwind along the coast looking at the old town of Tarifa. Small laces besides the sea are growing with high tide to small lagoons which are also nice to kite. After a great session, you can chill out on the rooftop terrasse and get in contact with other guests during a tasty BBQ.

Greece: Kos – Kitesurfing in September

 

+ New in 2019: The first kiters house on Kos!
+ Kitesurfing far away from areas of intensive tourism
+ Special schooling system with boats
+ Family-friendly spot
+ Discover an original Greece and experience Mastichari
+ Cheap flights

On the small island of Kos in Greece, our team rider Anne spotted a nice place for kitesurfing. The beach of Mastichari is also great for everyone who is not kitesurfing as well as families. The kite instructors are specially trained to teach the beginners from a boat. This unique and will give you the safety for your first rides. An “Upwind-Taxi” will bring you 800 meters out on the water so that you don’t have to walk back anymore after bodydragging or riding downwind.

 

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