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Los Lances North Beach, Tarifa

Flat Spot

Water: Dark - Clear

Beach: Sand

Level: beginner

Description of Los Lances North Beach, Tarifa (Spain)

It is the quintessential kite school area. Although students mix with independent practitioners, the Lances Norte beach is very extensive and the areas for each one, kitesurfers and bathers, are duly delimited during the seasonal months. It works with both Poniente and Levante winds. In the hot season (spring-summer) on days from the west, thermal winds usually enter and, although the forecast is not good, most of the days are saved and they are navigable with about 15 knots of the southwest wind. With an easterly wind, we recommend sailing towards the Jara River area, where the wind channels better and enters more constantly. It has a very extensive parking lot and has beach bars and a very good atmosphere.

For further info you can read the related blogpost:

What you need to know before going kiting to Tarifa.

"What the best kitesurfing spot in Spain has to offer for and besides kitesurfing. Sea, beaches, wetlands, and dunes."


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Spot characteristics

Spot Type

Flat

Rider Skill

beginner

Crowd.

Seasonal Crowd

Beach Type

Sand

Water Quality

Dark - Clear

Tide Influence

Tide independent

Suggested Equipment

Specific kitesurf equipment

Dangers

None

Other info

There is: -a beach club; -a kitesurf school venue called Radikite, that is the only one school with floor facilities there;


Location

Map

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Closest City

Tarifa

How to get There

By car From road N-340 / public parking

Access

Free spot / public parking / beach club


Wind Conditions

Wind Range

From 10 to 40+ Knots

% of Windy days per month

Main wind directions

Forecast on windy.com


Local Kitesurfing Schools

Following you can find links to the page of the kitesurfing schools which operate on this spot. From there you can contact them through our form or directly via email or phone (if it was provided by them on the page).

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