Kiteboarding is one of the fastest-growing water sports in the world. With the warm waters of the Mediterranean, Greece has become a super popular destination for riders of all ability levels. The most popular spots (according to Google and some personal opinions) for kiteboarding in Greece are Rhodes, Crete, Evia Island, Limnos Island, Corfu, Naxos, and Zakynthos. These offer a variety of experiences, from beautiful sand beaches next to rocky cliffs and coastlines to flat water close to a beach, and even occasional surf in a few locations for those looking for it.

Kiteboarding holidays in Greece are becoming a popular choice for kiters from Europe, the US, and Canada. With very favorable prices and a lot of variety depending on the location you choose, there are many reasons this is a solid spot for your next trip. The main one is that the wind conditions and landscape make for an ideal environment. The islands in the Mediterranean make for some unique conditions, each with its own character, winds, and water. The Aegean Sea on the other side of Greece offers its own unique set of conditions and seasons. The Ionian is again the same. There’s plenty here to explore.

There are many popular DIY kite spots in Greece.

The islands of Lekfada and Corfu are popular spots for experienced kiters. You’ll find riders from all over the world here. Expect good afternoon wind almost daily, and a season that runs from June to September. It’s not often that you’ll need a wetsuit, and there is always a good chance for wind, so the likelihood of coming up empty-handed is slim.

If you’re looking for a place where you can get away from it all and enjoy some time spent with nature then the islands of the Aegean are ideal for your needs. The eastern side of Greece has some of the best kiteboarding conditions in Europe. Limnos, Rhodes and Crete feature some of the most famous kite spots in Greece, and even the occasional wave. The strong winds, shallow water, and warm weather make it an ideal place for beginners as well as advanced riders.

Skopelos and Skyros are ideal for independent riders, as they offer flat water close to a beach where you can practice your skills.

Skopelos and Skyros are ideal for beginners who are riding without supervision, as they offer flat water close to a beach. One of the most recommended places to learn to kitesurf in Greece is Skopelos. It’s the most popular location on the mainland with miles of flat sea perfect for practicing on calm days, plus there are some more advanced spots around too if you want a challenge.

The island has plenty of accommodation options available through Airbnb or Booking that range from budget hostels right up to luxury villas with private pools – whatever your tastes may be! For those looking for a more organized vacation, and less do-it-yourself, there are terrific operations in Greece that can help you with everything from lodging to lessons.

Kite Greece is a great kite school to help you progress in the area, or just get familiar with the location

A great Greek kite school with a good reputation, and they offer lessons and courses for all levels. They can also help you find accommodation and transport, so it’s easy to get started. Kite Greece is a great kite school to help you progress further or just get familiar with this area as well as other spots nearby with their kite cruises. They also have onsite instructions with IKO-certified instructors at several locations, depending on where you are staying.

Kite Greece has an almost overwhelming number of options to choose from. They offer a zero-to-hero program to jump-start you into the sport. They also offer family packages, group packages, several-day programs, or just quick lessons and supervision. If it exists, they offer it. If you are looking for a place that will take care of everything and get you exactly what you want in a custom package, this is a terrific choice.

Surf Club Keros is another terrific option in Greece for learning to Kitesurf.

Surf Club Keros is another terrific option in Greece for learning to Kitesurf. The club offers lessons and rentals, as well as a wide range of activities including windsurfing, kite surfing, sailing, snorkeling, and beach volleyball. It also has a restaurant and bar that overlooks the water so you can enjoy your lunch while watching others do their thing on the waves below.

This kite club offers a higher-end experience, with its luxury tents, proximity to the beach, and spectacular food options. You’ll find a more well-rounded vacation at their club. They do also offer specialty camps, like their girls-only offering and their wing foil camps. This is a terrific option for those who are looking for a family vacation or a couples getaway.

If you are looking for a spot to stay and kite, Studios Vrettos Naxos is a great option.

Studios Vrettos Naxos is a great place to stay if you want to kite in the area and are looking for a local spot. The beach has very good wind conditions, with winds averaging 15-20 knots during the summer months (June – September). It’s also close enough to town so that you can easily get supplies or go out for dinner without having to drive too far. The rooftop bar is a great gathering spot, where you’re bound to bump elbows with other kiters, there for the same reason as you. If you want to connect with other kiters as part of your experience, sharing stories, and drinks, this is the spot for you.

Kiteboarding in Greece is becoming a popular choice.

If you are looking for a kiteboarding holiday in Greece, there are many options available. The wind conditions are very favorable for much of the year for kiting, and there are foil spots for the low season. There is also a terrific culture of kiting along the coast. You’ll find kite shops, small kite schools, and others just like you at local haunts and on the beaches. There’s no shortage of someone to help launch your kite who likely speaks your language. Yiamas!