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Cape Deprano

Flat Spot

Water: Crystal Clear

Beach: Pebble

Level: beginner

Description of Cape Deprano (Greece)

Thanks to the long stripe of sand and pebbles that unfolds in the sea, this kite spot offers a great flatwater area for practicing any of your preferred tricks.

Due to the spot location and topography, the wind blows normally from the West and East and it is very consistent in the summer months, though you can kite very often also the rest of the year.

The spot isn't very big and in summer time can get very crowded. When the tide rises the sand bar gets covered by water and the space to set the kite becomes really small.

Spot Gallery

Spot characteristics

Spot Type


Rider Skill



Very Crowded

Beach Type


Water Quality

Crystal Clear

Tide Influence

All tide levels with different conditions (chop - flat - wave)

Suggested Equipment

Shorty or lycra in the summer, normal wetsuit in the rest of the year.


Very crowded spot. During high tide, the launch and landing area gets pretty small.

Other info

Besides kitesurfing, on no-wind days, there is plenty of things to do. Not far there is the Ancient town of Olympia, Neda Waterfalls, Strofillia forest, Kalogria beach, Lake Tsivlou, and the Odontotos Trail track to Kalavryta with its incredible landscapes.



spot map
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How to get There

The spot can be reached from Athens International Airport both by car and train in around 2 hours.
Another option is to land at Araxos International Airport which is only 45 min drive from the kite spot.


Public parking directly on the spot.

Wind Conditions

Wind Range

From 10 to 26 Knots

% of Windy days per month

Main wind directions

Forecast on windy.com

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