Flying a kite is what you can recall while surfing in your childhood memories. Kite-surfing is what you would recall while flying back in time at your age of 80. Kite-surfing is the right sport for those who love surf, paragliding, windsurf, wake-board and gymnastic, and this because kitesurf combines all these addictive extreme sports. Quench your thirst for adrenaline in Lagos's beach.
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Kiteboarding / Kitesurfing in Inchydoney Beach, Cork, Ireland
There is no doubt that, Inchydoney is one of the most beautiful beaches in West Cork. With vast expanses of golden sand and excellent sea breeze conditions, this site is popular for a number of water-sports, including kite-surfing. The blue flag beach is a sheltered beach break that works better at low tide. The optimum wind direction is from the south, southeast and the ideal swell direction is from the southwest.
In addition, the swell sizes start from 1 m/3 ft and hold up to 2 m/6 ft. The location accommodates both novices and experienced kite-surfers, who can enjoy freestyle and wave kite surfing. In summer, the wind blows offshore at 24%, in autumn the wind blows at 20%, in winter at 21% and in spring at 24%.
Keep in mind that, Inchydoney beach can get really crowded with bathers, surfers and other kite-surfers. Finally, the spot offers good facilities and amenities, including toilets, car parking and lifeguards, especially during summer months. Note: be careful of rips.
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