Tenerife is a stunning island and the most populous of the seven Canary Islands. It is also the largest island of Macaronesia. Due to its natural beauty, Tenerife hosts approximately 5 million visitors every year from every corner of the world.
El Medano is a town situated in the municipality of Granadila de Abona, on the island of Tenerife one of the Canary Islands. The strong winds and the great climate conditions make El Medano an irresistible temptation for all windsurfing enthusiasts.
Milos is a breathtaking island in the Aegean Sea, just in the north of the Cretan Sea. It is the southwesternmost island in the Cyclades group. This volcanic island is popular for the statue of Aphrodite (currently hosted by the Louvre Museum and for statues of the Greek god Asclepius (currently hosted by the British Museum).
Parajuru, a famous fishermen village, is located at about 124 km / 77 mi southeast of Fortaleza in the state of Ceara, Brazil. The area is known for the offering eco-tourism opportunities, thanks to its natural setting, which renders it a paradise for the fans of watersports sports, too.
Dakhla, capital of the Moroccan region of Oued Ed-Dahab-Lagouira, is a city built on a narrow peninsula of the Atlantic Coast, at about 550km/341mi in the south of El Aaiun (Laayoune). It is located in the Western Sahara which is under the Morrocan control. Dakhla has a mild arid climate.
With a 220 km/136.8 mi length of coastline, Languedoc-Roussillon is a major center of watersports in France with the potential to become the leading center for kitesurfing in all over the world! Languedoc-Roussillon experiences a warm Mediterranean climate, similar to much of southern France.
Mykonos is a picturesque Greek island and probably the most popular one of the Cyclades complex in the Aegean Sea. The island is famous for its numerous golden sandy beaches, the traditionally whitewashed buildings, hospitable people and the amazing nightlife. It's also known as the ''island of winds'', because it's often swamped by winds.
El Cuyo is a charming fishermen village, situated on the northeast coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. On this hidden paradise, the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea mingles with the shallow waters of the Gulf of Mexico. El Cuyo is only 2 hours driving from Cancun and two and a half hours from Merida, the capital of the state.