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Go kiting to Turkey: Why choose this country?

An intricate combination of thermal effects and trade winds (Meltemi) on its coasts makes Turkey a kitesurfing spot paradise all over its Mediterranean and the Aegean shores. A lot of Europeans fly to Turkey in the summer season to take advantage of amazing kitesurfing conditions. Cesme, Alaçati, Bodrum, Datca... The possibilities are countless. In no windy days, Turkey is one of the richest countries in terms of historical heritage and breathtaking landscapes and a visit to a Turkish bath is always worth it.

Pros: Great conditions for kiting, Relatively inexpensive

Cons: Outside tuoristic areas the language might be a problem

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Go Kiting to Turkey: Main Info

Time Zone : GMT + 03.00

Air Lines : Turkish Airlines, Pegasus Airlines, Onur Air, Sun Express

Main Airports : Istambil, Izmir, Antalia

Electricity : 230v 50Hz

Launguage : Turkish

Vaccines : None required
*This does not include Covid restrictions

Travel Tips

Turkey is a relatively safe country, especially in tourist areas. Usual precautions are advisable, but Turkis people are friendly and helpful. To travel around to rent a car is pretty easy and cheap. Taxis are quite economical, but not for long distances. Pharmacies and medical assistance are well equipped and normally not costly. Travel insurance is always recommendable.

Destination Best for : Singles, couples, families

Budget ($/$$/$$$) : $$

Currency : Turkish Lira

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