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 Andalucia

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English (Translate this text in English): One of the worlds top wind-kite surfing destinations is the eponymus Tarifa in the south of Andalucia.

The Levanter is an easterly wind that blows in the Western Mediterranean. The wind rises in the central Mediterranean or around the Balearic Islands and blows westwards reaching its greatest intensity through the Strait of Gibraltar. The winds are moist carrying fog and precipitation. The winds are well known for creating a particular cloud formation above the Rock of Gibraltar. The Levanter winds can occur at any time in the year, but are most common from July to October.

The name of the wind pattern comes from the Levant, the perceived origin point of the winds. The opposite of the Levanter are the Poniente from the northwest and the Vendaval from the southwest.

One of the worlds top wind-kite surfing destinations is the eponymus Tarifa in the south of Andalucia.

The Levanter is an easterly wind that blows in the Western Mediterranean. The wind rises in the central Mediterranean or around the Balearic Islands and blows westwards reaching its greatest intensity through the Strait of Gibraltar. The winds are moist carrying fog and precipitation. The winds are well known for creating a particular cloud formation above the Rock of Gibraltar. The Levanter winds can occur at any time in the year, but are most common from July to October.

The name of the wind pattern comes from the Levant, the perceived origin point of the winds. The opposite of the Levanter are the Poniente from the northwest and the Vendaval from the southwest.

English (Translate this text in English): One of the worlds top wind-kite surfing destinations is the eponymus Tarifa in the south of Andalucia.

The Levanter is an easterly wind that blows in the Western Mediterranean. The wind rises in the central Mediterranean or around the Balearic Islands and blows westwards reaching its greatest intensity through the Strait of Gibraltar. The winds are moist carrying fog and precipitation. The winds are well known for creating a particular cloud formation above the Rock of Gibraltar. The Levanter winds can occur at any time in the year, but are most common from July to October.

The name of the wind pattern comes from the Levant, the perceived origin point of the winds. The opposite of the Levanter are the Poniente from the northwest and the Vendaval from the southwest.

English (Translate this text in English): One of the worlds top wind-kite surfing destinations is the eponymus Tarifa in the south of Andalucia.

The Levanter is an easterly wind that blows in the Western Mediterranean. The wind rises in the central Mediterranean or around the Balearic Islands and blows westwards reaching its greatest intensity through the Strait of Gibraltar. The winds are moist carrying fog and precipitation. The winds are well known for creating a particular cloud formation above the Rock of Gibraltar. The Levanter winds can occur at any time in the year, but are most common from July to October.

The name of the wind pattern comes from the Levant, the perceived origin point of the winds. The opposite of the Levanter are the Poniente from the northwest and the Vendaval from the southwest.

English (Translate this text in English): One of the worlds top wind-kite surfing destinations is the eponymus Tarifa in the south of Andalucia.

The Levanter is an easterly wind that blows in the Western Mediterranean. The wind rises in the central Mediterranean or around the Balearic Islands and blows westwards reaching its greatest intensity through the Strait of Gibraltar. The winds are moist carrying fog and precipitation. The winds are well known for creating a particular cloud formation above the Rock of Gibraltar. The Levanter winds can occur at any time in the year, but are most common from July to October.

The name of the wind pattern comes from the Levant, the perceived origin point of the winds. The opposite of the Levanter are the Poniente from the northwest and the Vendaval from the southwest.

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Club de Playa - / 1
Everyone Beach
Club Mistral - / -
Intermediate Open Ocean
Culoperro - / -
Beginers Open Ocean
Espadero 3 / -
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Estepona Heaven - / -
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La Antilla 1 / -
Everyone Open Ocean
Las Palmerillas - / -
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Los Alamos - / -
Everyone Beach
Los Canos de Meca 6 / -
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Los Lances 2 / -
Everyone Beach
Palmones - / -
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Playa de la Luz - / -
Intermediate Open Ocean
Rio Jara - / -
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Tarifa - / -
Experts Beach
Valdevaqueros 3 / -
Everyone Open Ocean

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Estepona Heaven
By servando
Jul 25, 2019
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Club de Playa
By Agaliaretph
May 9, 2010
- The day started with slow winds and we used 10m2 kites until 15:00. Aftar that the wind got stronger and we started to use 7m2 kites. The wind turned a littel bit to the south and ther wasn't good waves.  
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Club de Playa
By Agaliaretph
May 8, 2010
- This was not the best day. Wind was slow, and we only could use 10m2 kites. Some times the wind was too slow and we had to whait.
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Club de Playa
By Agaliaretph
May 7, 2010
- It was a great day for kiting. Strong win, big waves and a lot of people. I uses my 7m2 kite. At the end of the day wind got stronger, more than 40 knots, and only people with a 5m2 stay in the water.
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Club de Playa
By Agaliaretph
May 1, 2010
- I was a nice day for kiting. The wind was not to strong an we started with 10m2 kites, but at the end of the day the wind was good for 7 and 8m2 kites.
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