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Go Windsurfing in the Costa Calida

People Windsurfing in Murcia

You can go windsurfing in the Mar Menor any day of the year.

It’s hard not to notice all of the water sports that happen here, especially if you spend any amount of time near the waterfront. One of our favorite pastimes is to go windsurfing in the Mar Menor, and the best part is you can do it year-round.

With 300 days of sunshine, the Costa Calida (Murcia) offers up the perfect environment for windsurfing. The water is relatively quiet in this region, and it’s also very shallow. There are lots of places that offer lessons and rental equipment up and down the coast – from Mar Menor and La Manga to Mazarron and Aguilas. The Darsena de Dos Mares is a popular sporting beach in La Manga, where you can go windsurfing in the Mar Menor’s warm waters and take advantage of the favorable wind patterns.

Another bonus: you don’t have to know how to windsurf to go windsurfing here. Whether you’ve been hanging around for a while or you’re just getting acclimated to the area, you’ll find plenty of people who are learning the sport. You’ll always have company on the water, too, so it’s a great opportunity to make some friends along the way.

Great Places to Go Windsurfing along the Costa Calida

O.k., so now where do you go if you want to check out the windsurfing community in the Costa Calida? There are a few main spots where the locals go to learn and to perfect their sport, including Mar Menor and La Manga, Mazarron and Aguilas. Each of these has their own personality, so we encourage you to check out all of them to find your perfect fit.

One other tip if you go windsurfing along the Mediterranean Coast: the wind in the morning is better for beginners, as it’s gentle and steady. The afternoon brings thermal winds, which are better suited for those who want to improve their skills.

Now it’s time for you to go out and explore all of the great hangouts and make friends with the water and the locals.

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