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Laguna Melincue

Flat Spot

Water: Dark - Muddy

Beach: Pebble

Level: beginner

Description of Laguna Melincue (Argentina)

Laguna Melincué is located in the province of Santa Fe and has a surface area of more than 120 square kilometers. It was declared a Wetland of International Importance on July 24, 2008, joining the list of Ramsar sites. The lagoon is a Flatwater spot with many miles of shallow waters to practice pretty safely.

Spot Gallery

Spot characteristics

Spot Type


Rider Skill



Few people on the spot

Beach Type


Water Quality

Dark - Muddy

Tide Influence

Tide independent

Suggested Equipment

dry suit from march till october


There are wooden fences in some areas which are better to avoid and debris on the beach which suggest being carful setting the kite and launching

Other info

The lagoon is a very popular site for birdwatching, especially for flamingos. The flat waters encourage the practice of sup in no wind days



spot map
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Closest City


How to get There

ruta 93 ruta 90



Wind Conditions

Wind Range

From 5 to 35 Knots

% of Windy days per month

Main wind directions

Forecast on windy.com

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