Croatia is a divine country not only for diving, but all to all water sportsKitesurf into Croatia
The relatively new sport of kitesurfing or kiteboarding, dating back only to ’77, is spreading like Greek fire on the seas and oceans of the Earth. The sport requires practice most of all, but balance and endurance none the less. Accordingly to the trend, kite camps in Croatia are popping up left and right over the seafront of islands and cities. “The Land of a Thousand Islands” with its graceful nature, warm waters, and open-hearted people is well known in Europe as a touristic paradise, and lately as a big kite camp too.
There are more kite camps in Croatia than what Sharewood can list therefore water sports enthusiasts may choose either the closest or to their liking. Generally speaking there is a kite camp in every major tourist site along the regions of Istria and Dalmatia.
The high season in Croatia is summer of course, but visitors with more flexibility often choose early fall or late spring as the temperature is good – or even better depending on the preferences - prices are lower and beaches are quieter.
To name some of the best kite camps in Croatia, there are the beach of Ždrijac in Nin near Zadar and the end of the Neretva river near Ploče. These are world-class kitesurfing zones, offering sandy beaches and shallow warm water for beginners and pros as well. Bol and Viganj are two other famous kite camps in Croatia. However, these last two, alike most of the sites in the country are not ideal for amateurs because the coastline is often jugged and the beaches narrow – exception to the rule is Brač.
Other noteworthy kite camps in Croatia, includes, but not limited to the beaches of Korčula, Hvar, Krk, Split, Trogir, Sibenik, Zadar and Pula.
You may find that numerous beaches in Croatia are suitable for this adrenaline-pumping sport, and you can easily enlist and rent gear here, on Sharewood.