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Flat Spot

Water: Dark - Muddy

Beach: Grass

Level: beginner

Description of Svencele (Lithuania)

The kite spot of Svencele is probably the most popular in Lithuania. It is located on the east coast of the Curonian Lagoon which is protected from the Baltic Sea waves by the Curonian Strip. This leads to great conditions for both practicing and learning Kitesurf: in fact, the water is practically flat and, close to the spot, it is hips level deep, There are few schools on the spot and they offer a good service. The windy season can go from March/April to October and the wind direction is mainly Nort East and South East, with an average of 60-70% of windy days throughout the season.

For further info you can read the related blogpost:

Svencele: the fast-growing kitesurfing gem in Lithuania

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Spot characteristics

Spot Type


Rider Skill



Very Crowded

Beach Type


Water Quality

Dark - Muddy

Tide Influence

Tide independent

Suggested Equipment

Wetsuit from April to October, in hot months a shorty can be a good idea, not to get overheated. Shoes can be advisable at least for beginners


The spot can be crowded and not many riders here respect the right of way. The water isn't transparent and the bottom might have some sharp shell or stone, better to use shoes.



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How to get There

From Klaipeda drive south along the south road 141 until you reach Priekule, then turn right and follow for Draverna, passed which Svencele is 1,5 km on the right.


The access to the spot comes through the kite settlement that provides parking.

Wind Conditions

Wind Range

From 10 to 40 Knots

% of Windy days per month

Main wind directions

Forecast on windy.com

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