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Alaçati South Wind Spot
Water: Dark - Muddy
Description of Alaçati South Wind Spot (Turkey)
Alaçati is one of the most glamorous vacation places in Turkey and historically used to be a windsufring hotspot. With the rise of kitesurfing of course it became popular for kite too. This spot is very close to the village and wirks very well with south wind. Not very often the winds blow here in summer season since the seasonal winds come from north west. But if the conditions are good, the lagoon is whide, with shallow water and great conditions.
For further info you can read the related blogpost:
Alaçati: kitesurfing in Turkey’s Jet-Set holiday escape
"For long one of the Mediterranean windsurfing hot destinations: the area offers great conditions for kite aficionados and spots for almost every wind directions."
Dark - Muddy
Shorty in the summertime and complete wet suit in the spring and fall
Entrance to the spot is very narrow and rocky, it is recommendable to have good assistance
Alaçati and Cesme are two very nice villages to spend non kiting time and the evenings. Full of traditional restaurants, small shops, and clubs, they are the hotspot of fancy Turkish Jetset. On no windy days, with one 1/2 hour drive it is worth to visit Efes and its magnificent archeological site
How to get There
Fly to Izmir airport, rent a car or get a taxi to Cesme. You will reach alaçati. To get to the spot, drive southeast towards the gulf
Access to the spot is through a private restaurant which lets kiters enter with no problem. Have a snak thare is good.
From 10 to 18 Knots