Dee Why is a suburb of northern Sydney, at about 18 km/11 mi in the north-east of Sydney's CBD (Central Business District). Dee Why caters for a variety of dining and accommodation options to suit different needs and budgets. Long Reef beach is an ideal surf site, as it is partly protected by an offshore reef, providing with the right conditions for kite-surf.
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Kiteboarding / Kitesurfing in Kazeboo Beach, Constanta, Romania
Constanta offers a moderate subtropical climate. Summers are dry and warm with an average temperature at 23 °C /73 °F and many sunny days from late May until mid September. Winters can be cold and usually windy with an average temperature at 12 °C /54 °F and occasional winter storms from December to March.
Not far from the city’s center, Mamaia Beach stretches on a strip of land, about 5 mi/8 km long, representing a hot spot for those who are into clubbing and water sports. Kite-surfing is one of the favorite activities practiced on Kazeboo beach which is located in south Mamaia area, close to Navodari city. As the thermal winds can reach up to 16 knots/30 kph mainly in the afternoon, the sport’s enthusiasts can have endless fun with the wind and the waves.
The best wind direction is when coming from North or Southeast and during summer, the side-onshore winds create the perfect conditions for freestyle and wave kite-surfing in the crystal clear waters of the Black Sea. The beach is sandy and there is a wide opening, where you can launch your kite.
Kite-surfing lessons as well as gear rentals and a kite shop are provided on the spot. If you visit Kazeboo Beach early or late in the summer season, make sure to take with you long wet suites because of the low sea temperatures. Note that the beach is ultra crowded during high season. Kite-surfers should be careful of bathers and jet skies.