Kitesurfing

The sun is shining, the water is warm and a 22-knot (25 mph) wind is blowing from the east. Your kite barely skims the surface of the water as you gain speed. You hang on as long as you can, pushing your kite to full power and... take off! For a few seconds you glimpse the Red Mountain of El Médano as you tip upside down and, as you drop, you feel that rush of adrenaline shooting through your entire body.

The most popular spot is El Médano. It is well-known among kiters, who flock here from all over Europe to take advantage of its unbeatable coastline. The area hosts national and international competitions.

Aside from El Médano, there are other places that are highly recommended for kitesurfing. Here is our list of recommended spots:

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