The best kitespots for kitesurfing in Denmark
Denmark is the absolute Mecca for kiters! Especially in late summer and autumn the wind blows quite a lot. Here everybody will definitely have fun. You would like to learn kitesurfing first, push yourself to the next level or jump into the next wave? All this is possible with kitesurfing in Denmark. Denmark is on the one hand known for the many fjords where you can find the finest flat water conditions for kitesurfing and on the other hand for the waves along the North Sea coast. Especially in the north in Klitmøller (Cold Hawaii) you have first class waves, in which surfing in Denmark is also really fun!
Kitesurfing at Nissum Fjord
Optimal conditions for all levels can be found at Nissum Fjord (approx. 10 min. drive). Here you have mirror-smooth water and learning to kitesurf is a lot of fun! The Nissum Fjord is located right next to Thorsminde and about one hour north of Hvide Sande. The Nissum Fjord is also one of the homespots if you live in KiteWorldWide Village Denmark.
Kitesurfing in Kloster / Ringkøbing Fjord
Probably one of the most famous kitespots on the Danish west coast and our absolute favorite: Kitespot Kloster is located at the northern end of Ringkøbing Fjord, where you will find basically countless kitespots. On site you have a big parking lot and a big field for setting up your kites. There are also two cabins where you can take shelter in bad weather. In another hut there is also a shower and a toilet – a really good infrastructure which you rarely find at kitespots! Bjerregård, Skaven and Bork Havn in the south of the fjord are also very popular kite spots, but in autumn you have to be careful of the bird sanctuary on Tipperne and water spots are temporarily forbidden. But that is not so bad, because after all there are kitespots like sand at the sea!
Kitesurfing in Hvide Sande
In Hvide Sande you have a very nice wave spot with the North Sea. On the beach you have enough space to set up your kite and the number of kitesurfers is always quite manageable. So you can slit some waves here and really let off steam! Between the two piers the water is a bit calmer and flatter and there are some very nice waves, which are especially suitable for surfers! With a bigger Mini Malibu or a longboard you can have a lot of fun here! On the parking lot you will find toilets and two outdoor showers, which are perfect to relax your equipment.
Kitesurfing in Rømø
Rømø is also a well-known destination among kitesurfers and is hotly discussed in every kiter group. Similar to St. Peter Ording, you can also go directly to the super wide beach on Rømø. To do so, just drive from the dam over to the island and keep right at the main beach. For kiting on Rømø you can go directly to the water edge by car, van or at best 4×4, but you should consider the tides!
Klitmøller & Limfjord – Cold Hawaii
Klitmøller is a real paradise for kitesurfers, windsurfers and surfers. Cold Hawaii, as Klitmøller is also called, is one of the best wavekite spots in Denmark. Klitmøller regularly attracts kitesurfers from all over Europe, just too magically. Freestylers find excellent conditions on the Limfjord – once again two spots in one! The wind safety and the offer of kitespots in different conditions are simply ideal. Although a decent neo cannot be missing here, there are waves all over Northern Europe! Not for nothing the place is also called Cold Hawaii. Spots like Bunkers or Middles are known all over the kitesurfing world by now!
The region around Klitmøller, the most famous kite spot in Denmark, stretches between the towns of Vorupør and Hanstholm on the west coast of Jutland. Moles and shell reefs provide high swell waves here. The best wind direction for kitesurfing in Klitmøller is west to west-northwest. Then the wind comes sideshore.
Spot X in the Southwest of Fyn, Dänemark
Spot X is a well known kite spot on the Danish island of Fyn. A kitespot which is not necessarily suitable for beginners, because the entry is a bit tricky. Spot X is located in the southwest of the island of Fyn, on the way to Helnæs. Here you also have the choice between shallow water in the bay and the somewhat wavy Baltic Sea.