The island of Saint Martin is a popular destination for those people who love water-sports. It is situated in the northeastern Caribbean Sea. Saint Martin belongs to the group of Leeward Islands in the West Indies. In 1648, this small island was divided into two nations, France and the Kingdom of the Netherlands. St. Martin is the north French part of the island with Marigot as its main capital. Collectively, the two territories are known as "St-Martin / St Maarten". Mont Vernon is in the eastern French part of the island.
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Kiteboarding / Kitesurfing in Elbow Beach, Paget Parish, Bermuda
Elbow Beach is a spectacular, wide stretch of soft pink sand, located in Paget Parish. Although it is very popular among locals and visitors, it is big enough, not to get crowded. The location provides excellent conditions for a number of watersports, including windsurfing, SUP and kitesurfing.
The last one is a favorite sport here. The ideal time for kitesurfing is from December through May, when constant winds blow between 15 and 25 knots/27.78 and 46.30 kph. You can kitesurf with winds blowing from the east, northeast through southwest. Elbow Beach is suitable for intermediate and advanced kiters. It is advisable to bring your own gear with you, as there are hardly any rentals available. Finally, there is also a shipwreck within short distance of shore that attracts divers and snorkelers to explore it.
Elbow Beach is generally an ideal location for your summer fun getaway. After all that’s why you come here…for unstoppable fun!!!
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