Would you like to go windsurfing in Greece? The winds on the island of Samos offer virtually perfect conditions that are ideal for the beginner or the pro.
The Island of Samos
The Greek island of Samos is part of the North-Eastern Aegean Islands and it is famous for its summer winds. It is 27 miles long and 8 miles wide which makes for relatively easy exploring (historical sites, pretty hilltop villages, etc.). This beautiful little island is known as the “Emerald of the Aegean” because of its mountainous landscapes, ancient, lush green forests, vineyards, olive groves, perfect winds, and sparking blue and green seas.
In addition, Samos enjoys the typical Mediterranean climate that is popular with cyclists, walkers, and climbers as well. This is due to the extensive trails that lead high into Samos’s lush mountains; there are many traditional Greek villages that are ready to be explored amidst a plethora of stunning views that will take your breath away.
Did You Know? The island of Samos has a rich culture that dates back to prehistoric times. Many don’t’ know that Pythagoras (a genius of great mathematical renown e.g. Pythagorean Theorem) was from this small beautiful island.
Samos Windsurfing Center is located in Kokkari. Kokkari is a picture perfect fishing village situated on the northern coast of Samos. This welcoming Greek village has plenty to offer visitors because of its clean, cross-onshore winds that are safe for all ability levels. It is situated on a wide bay which makes it the perfect spot for windsurfing; whether you are a beginner or a pro; there are lighter winds in the mornings (perfect for beginners and children) and with the wind building in the early afternoon and onwards for intermediate sailors and those with more experience.
Spend your Greek island windsurfing holiday with the experts at Samos Windsurfing Center and enjoy many of the activities that they offer. Some of these include, but are not limited to:
- Sea cycles
- Beach volley
- Beach soccer
- Beach tennis
- Kids’ activities
In addition, Kokkari is a well-developed town but has retained much of its rustic charm and offers a lovely selection of cafes, shops, restaurants and bars to blank your experience.Samos is an island worthy of exploring and will bring you countless days of fun in the sun.
Experience warm Greek hospitality in Samos and don’t forget to sample the fresh produce or the traditional Muscat wine!
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