In 2017 we had the idea to write a kite travel guide about Sardinia, because we already visited some spots and had a lot of info about the island to fill a book. After a winter of work, it was finally done: the first kite travel guide was finished and ready to be published.
Especially the special contents and the cards illustrated by ourselves were really well received. That was the moment when we decided to produce more. So the project has taken us to different countries in Europe and we have seen lots of wonderful places and met many wonderful people.
Our book contains a clear season table. So you can find at a glance the right season for the respective spot and your kite trip. The optimal time is green, a relatively good time is orange and the worst time is marked red.
The kitespots are divided into the respective regions of the country or the island and offer again a short overview and info about the area and the spots. This will give you a taste of what to expect there.
You will see the location with the coordinates, the season strip and below it a short summary of the spot as icons.
Our famous illustrated kitespot maps have been around since the beginning and have largely contributed to the popularity of our books. They help you quickly identify all the important details about the kitespot, such as the launch zones, prevailing wind directions, any training zones or dangers in the water.
Each of our detailed kitespot descriptions in the books gets a photo from above in addition to the kitespot map, so you can get a good picture of the kitespot.
After our detailed explanation of the kiting area, you will find further helpful points in our spot description that can help you before or after kiting.
So we research everything in the area, from parking, to stay overnight, the camper services, dining and activities. So that not only kitesurfers can inform themselves about the area.
If there is no wind, then you will find under the point No Wind Action, at each spot different places, leisure activities and attractions, where certainly something suitable. Ideal to try out new things besides kitesurfing or to travel with non-kitesurfers.
In addition to the kitespot described in detail, we list other spots that we were not able to test intensively enough. Nevertheless, we briefly summarise our knowledge of the spots to give you quick help on the spot. Also included are the wind direction, skill level, water surface and beach type.
Our glossary is one of the most popular chapters in the book. Here you will quickly find the kitespots to suit your taste, such as kitespots for families, shallow water spots, wave spots or kitespots with kitesurfing schools. There are also separate points for the windsurfers, wingfoilers or kitefoilers.
Below you will find all of our kite travel guides in chronological order that have been published since 2018. In addition, we are currently working on our Sicily and SpainKitetravelguides, which are expected to be published in late 2023 to mid-2024.
The third Kitetravelguide