Get ready for the wave of your life! We have selected the best locations to enjoy the strength of the sea, so get on the board and do vertigo maneuvers. The gusts of wind will make your heart a hundred per hour. The best windsurfers in the world have been in these destinations, full of beautiful beaches and rugged hills.
Our first destination starts in Greece, at the windward end of the bay of Vassiliki, you will find the best location to practice windsurfing, and you can enjoy long hours of sailing. It has one of the most important Windsurf schools in Europe, within the facilities of one of the most wonderful resorts, ideal for athletes.
Leaving Greece, we arrive in Italy, in Nago-Torbole is an Italian town in the province of Trento. Torbole, located in the north gulf of Lake Garda, is the destination most sought after by windsurf lovers. Its winds have been described as a wonder of nature and a charming sight.
From Nago, the view of Lake Garda is exceptional, it is located on a rocky hill, north of Torbole and is the fascination of every sportsman. Characteristics that make this town, the ideal destination for windsurfing.
Let’s move a little, to Spain, the Cape or Punta de Tarifa serves as a divide to the waters of the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, which cross directly in front of the city itself. It is located in the narrowest part of the channel or Strait of Gibraltar. Its temperate climate, with oceanic influence, characterized by mild and regular temperatures throughout the year and a particular influence of wind in the area of the Strait, make it a windsurfer’s paradise.
But not only in Europe can we get spectacular beaches for windsurfing, much more to the south, we arrive at Florianópolis, it is the capital of the state of Santa Catarina, in the South region of Brazil, it is an island surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, it has 24 beaches and a nautical activities center. Florianopolis, was proclaimed as “destination of the year” in 2009 by The New York Times. It is one of the most visited cities in the country, and point of arrival of tourists from all over the world who take advantage of the strength of its waves, because it has the best beaches in Brazil, and is conducive to water sports.
Since we are in Brazil, we can not stop visiting Búzios, a city on the Brazilian coast, 190 kilometers east of Rio de Janeiro. This old fishing village, is currently an attractive tourist destination thanks to its beaches and nightlife. The tourist area formed by the peninsula has about 8 beaches and innumerable accommodations. Buzios became popular in 1964, when Brigitte Bardot was on vacation. On the waterfront, called Orla Bardot, is a statue dedicated to her. Currently, the city is so visited by tourists from around the world that some call it the Brazilian Saint-Tropez. Its strong winds are ideal for the practice of sailing and free flight.
Without a doubt, you can not miss the opportunity to visit these wonderful beaches, and live unique experience