In the Bay of Pollensa, on its eastern side, the one that belongs to Alcudia municipality, there are two little known beaches, that off season could be used for kitesurfing. Alcudia beautiful beaches … and less known as well. Continue reading “Alcudia beautiful beaches”
During the best part of the year regarding wind conditions, 95 per cent of days we will have enough wind to have our kite lessons. And … it there’s no wind in Mallorca?
Good news for the kitesurfing and surfing communities in Mallorca. Son Serra de Marina is going to keep being a virgin beach. Continue reading “Son Serra de Marina – yet a virgin beach”
Watersports in Mallorca. Other little known “water sports” that are practiced on our island.
If you are a kitesurfer, if you have enjoyed the great kitesurfing conditions of Mallorca island. Perhaps by joining this two words Kitesurfing and Mallorca, we should add one more word.: the verb Moving on. Continue reading “KITESURFING AND … MOVING TO MALLORCA?”
Kitesurfing in Mallorca in winter and our predictable thermal breezes of April to September are two different scenarios. Continue reading “kitesurfing in Mallorca and how storms in North Atlantic affect the island”
To practice kitesurfing in Playa de Palma or Can Pastilla it’s under your own responsibility. If anyway you decide to do so, be always respectful with other beach users.
Learning kitesurfing or receiving kite lessons, being those beaches the urban beaches of the city of Palma, it’s strictly prohibited. Continue reading “Kitesurfing in Can Pastilla/Playa de Palma”
During the winter months, Mistral winds (NW) and Tramontana winds (N) are the most frequent winds in Mallorca which blow alternating with S and SW wind directions. Continue reading “Wind in Mallorca”